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HATTER 

STETSON UNIVERSITY 
DELAND, FLORIDA 
VOLUME 45 




Stetson is a dichot- 
omy in dreams 

She is the student. . . 




"involved" 



or 



performing a four- 



year ballet of sterile 



steps 




Stetson stands ever choosing before two doors opening to seemingly 

incompatible goals: tradition, with exposure to some new world, . . . excellence, 

but financial security conventional religious orientations, yet sophisticated 

educational philosophies Who hears, comes, sees, stays, moves, loves and 

leaves? We do the Stetson community We who first gathered here 

randomly . . . we who are here for a purpose - - immediate or hazy far . . . 
little or large . ... in the single breath between rat caps and mortarboards 
. . . there are those who don't reach out . . . but most of us look, sometimes 
seeking, sometimes finding, and sometimes yielding . . . . and somehow in the 
high bounces along an uneven road a vision comes 




This vision comes when the individual 
begins to juggle the pieces of his 
chaotic world . ... he may attempt to 
put the pieces aside .... respite may 
seem to be in the dots between two 
thoughts that are a Hat Rack cup of 
coffee . . . dry words in old books under 
the arm getting unavoidably wet in the 
shimmering spray of Holler Fountain... 
...the jingle that brings to mind your 

post office box combination 

wondering if the number plate on your 
chapel seat is squarely between your 
shoulder blades so you aren't counted 
absent .... No-Doz mixed with all- 
nighters and coke breaks .... sunset 
behind Hulley Tower's din -whisper 
spire 






The young girl incognito in a 
vocation that follows the rules with 

effortless energy she hints 

at sophistication . . . wind free and 
warmed over with a smile . . . she's 
intellectual, ''gung-ho" , party . . . 
. . a galaxy of Villagers, cut-offs, 
and fraternity pins clothing a heart 






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. ... too alive for silence too dear to be 

wasted . . . too meaningful to go unshared . . . 



Suspended in the dizziness 
of new found freedoms . . . 





Beyond the ken of only written word and tabled 

taboos new heights and depths discovered in 

impulse and passion commitment and con- 
cern reframing a vortex of moods and 

experiences .... faint hint of the boy 

the innuendo of a man 




Eight decades of becoming in 
a landscape of subtle steeples 
tease and toss us in a house 

with many rooms to seek 

a name for flowers and for 

^^ stars a string for each 

balloon a handle to a 

hope this chafing-dish 

for dreams .... this Stetson 

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How to become? the subtlety of the 



quest is not surely grasped . ... but the 
shy-steady reach for it . . . . . this is 



Stetson. .Youth not wasted on the young. 




TABLE OF CONTENTS 

The Year 20 

Beauties 42 

Fine Arts 54 

Faculty and Administration .... 76 

Classes 100 

Sports 152 

Greeks 178 

Organizations 230 

Advertisements and Index 274 







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Can't you see him now welcoming visiting of- 
ficials to the University of Georgia's President's 
box during the Homecoming festivities; or getting 
out a hurried edition of the college newspaper; or 
trying to find time to edit the university annual 
while holding membership in ODK, Blue Key, 
Sphinx and the debating society? Sounds like a 
rough schedule for any university student doesn't 
it? But move on a bit to the years he spent as a 
teacher, free lance writer, public relations official 
for a large industrial firm, member of community 
and civic groups, and active member and teacher 
in his church. 

And now he is a part of our community. Maybe 
you have met him in his office. If so, you have 
found a cordial manner that is the pure personifi- 
cation of Southern Hospitality. He's a man with a 
tight schedule that has endless "urgent" cases 
squeezed into every margin. Georgia bred and 
Tennessee tempered, he combines the quickness 
of a highly efficient corporation executive with 
the casual geniality of a next-door neighbor. 

Or possibly you have en- 
countered this Public Rela- 
tions courser on the campus — 
between meetings and appoint- 
ments! If so, you have found a 
new friend almost automatic- 
ally. 

And he's decided he likes 
Florida: "I'm gonna' get to 
that beach before June if it 
kills me!" 

Bermudas are on the agenda 
when this busy PR man has a 
few minutes at home. A family 
man with two children, he has 
found great satisfaction in his 
endeavors at Stetson. Profes- 
sionally, he has combined a 
genuine concern for every fa- 
cet of campus life with a deep 
affinity to Stetson as a spiritual 
institution. 

If you check the records you 
will find that he has contribu- 
ted a great deal to the univer- 
sity in his one year. Because of 
his desire for improvement, be- 
cause of his encouraging vital- 
ity, because we admire his sin- 
cerity, we inscribe the 1965 
Stetson Hatter to MR. FLU- 
KER GORDON STEWART. 






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Whipping through a tortuous week . . . 8:00 
for welcome . . . 9:00 fun and games . . . and 
at 10:00 to the regional parties , . . the new- 
ness of Spanish moss . . . sand . . . commons 
food . . . you adjust to what will be your world 

for four years pieces for an undone 

mosaic . . . REGISTRATION . , . an hour 

in line and your courses are closed 

no thank you, Fm not on a meal ticket 
(high protein-low calorie diet) . . . finally the 
checkers . . . how does Miss Rowe manage 
to keep smiling? ... 




Left to Right: Gena Medrano, Patricia King. Kim Ballard, Charlita Larsgard, Janet Lyon, Cheryl Bardowell, Karen Wildman, second 
runner-up Toni Carameros, Miss Hatter Ruth Colvard, first runner-up Linda Clenney, Mary Lou Varnedoe, Donna Dericks, Veda Williams, 
Kathy Warthen, Linda Guenther, Kathy Grandell, Nancy Combs, Marty Gregory. 





ITS GREEN FEATHER CARNIVAL TIME 




Concerted efforts . . . goal 
$3333.33 . . . looks like rain 
. . . thought these boys said 
they would do the dirty 
work . . . blistered hands . . . 
not enough lumber . . . 




Nervous beauties wait 
inside . . . Toni and 
Linda are runners-up 
. . . the Queen Anne's 
Salute . . . screams of 
joy from the Alpha 
Chis . . . Miss Ruth 
Colvard is MISS 
HATTER 1965! ., , 
Spotlights die . . . 
empty popcorn bags 
. . . crumpled ticket 
stubs and a now 
peaceful coffee house 
, , . the festivities have 
ended . . . Stetson 
shared and we've 
decided it was worth 
every minute . . . 



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Chosen to reign over the festivities of the 1964 Greek Week are Alpha 
Xi Delta's Linda Guenther and Pi Kappa Phi's Ken Kincaid. 




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Flickering torches and over- 
worked Greek diaphragms 
began a week with the Pi Phis 
and the Pi Kapps taking the 

sing Tri- Delta and the Sig 

Eps came out on top of the 

Olympic heap .... screaming females, skinned knees 
. . . . bets on which chariot would collapse first .... and 
Linda and Ken reigned over the whole thing , 





Candidates for Greek God and Goddess are, L. to R.: Vining Bigelo, Jeanne 
Mazur. Larry Pierce, Judy Swanson. Stan Wallace. Jennie DekJe. Ken Kincaid, 
Kim Ballard. Tom Bledsoe. Linda Guenther, Lane Burnett. Stevie Hoven. 




The dark night .... sirens . . . silent faces . . . appearing . . . 
disappearing amid whirling red lights . . . loud radios, 
urgent, commanding . . . students standing tearful . . .friends, 
classmates, brothers . . . concern for things in the house . . . 

The Dean, the President . . . everyone 
watching in disbelief as forty -two years 
of traditions and memories join the 
upper black velvet of the night above 
the crackling, charred remains. 




and on the next morning the Sigma Nus 
started again . . . 



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Everything spicn span for 

the alums loads of 

handshakes and hellos 

a taste of the modern in a 
hootenanny initiates the 
three day festivities 



our first bonfire the 

Zeta Tau Alphas and the 
Pi Kappa Phis took top 
honors with their gay and 
dazzling lawn decoration 
and Francene and 



Bruce reigned over an- 
other successful and 
eventful Homecoming 
for the Hatters. 




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No convertible without the 
top down ...no co-ed with- 
out her shades . . . icy 
mineral water . . . games to 
separate the men from the 
boys . . . and the Hatters hit 
the Springs en masse for a 
rolicking day of LEGAL ACADEMIC 
ABANDON . . . a parade of flustered young men 
... Toni and Ruth tie as runner s-up ... Ron is hailed 
as the best all-around Stetson man . . . and with 
charming loss of poise Owen is crowned Miss 
Stetson 1965 . . . 






Runners-up Toni Carameros and Ruth Colvard pose with Mr. and Miss 
Stetson, Gwen Knight and Ron Peacock, candidates of Pi Kappa Phi. 




Slowly a new building appeared . . . a building in which 
the academic battle headquarters are centered. From out- 
ward appearances it doesn't look to be strong or fort-like 
.... but within its glass walls the students and faculty 

face the problems of the academic community and 

here conquer them. 




The DuPont-Ball Library is the brain center of Stetson 
. . . with its carpeted floors . . . its contemporary look . . . 
and its pervading stillness. The new library is a brick- 
and-glass home for the lives of men . . . the lives of 
men with books. 




Bright day . . . picnic lunch in 
the Forest of Arden . . .a mere 

150,000 books to move 

President Edmunds checked 
on us periodically. Endless trips 
back and forth . . . armloads 
of books . . . cards to be punched. 

Books off shelves a short 

walk , , .up the steps , , , books 
on shelves. Dusty books in a 
clean, new library , , . we re- 
member the old one , . . closed 

stacks... col- 
umns,,, long 
tables .... 
and many 
hours spent 
there with 
the books. 





If September is a Monday morning yawn, can June 
be anything but a Sunday evening quiver . . . and the 
year only one week of gliding between falling leaves 
of education in a last attempt to do more than fill 
up so many individual think-tanks with predigested 




wisdoms? For the outwardly somber face of the 

senior, topped in tassel eighty threads per tassel, 

he has counted them below the stream of podium en- 
couragement the journey from yawn to quiv- 
er has been laced with the bright -eyed expectation 
of a Monday morning away from the other mother. 




So many lips in motion . . . 
. . . without sound . . . 
speculating . , , . so many 
tomorrows planned . . . . 
but today the week is only 
yesterdays in retrospect 

the blue vaulted 

today of carefully couched 
clauses . . . draped in the 
flashing eyes and brilliant 
costume . . . eighty strands 
of tassel for the minds 

eye full of weeks 

forever irretrievable . . . 



A rogue's gallery of 
moods mirror the years 



events 









.... a melody of noses 
lined up for data process- 
ing counterpoint 

eyebrows following lively 
guitar strings of a fall 

concert lips 

watching Prof s fingertips 
in the once only sound of 
Noel . . ,a mouth of open 
awe as the last flickers 
of the Sigma Nu house 

met the sky the 

souls of hands jabbed 
into jaw bones 




and thin eyes reworking the week' s progress during 

exams a tousled shock of hair bleached in the 

sipping ocean tides of one last Weekend a year 

like any other but as unique as the experiences of 

the people who lived it at Stetson in 1965 







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Miss Hatter 1964-1965 
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First Runner-Up, Miss Hatter 
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Second Runner-Up, Miss Hatter 
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Freshman Beauty Queen 






Military Ball Queen 
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Greek Goddess 
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Basketball Queen 
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Fine Arts 




A concertmaster mourning solo A . . . timpini tuning the 
moment before . . . so many thrilling touches against a 
cello bridge . . . the tips of fingers, executing the swish- 
whisper of passing pages as notes dance across the 
score into acute vibrations . . . the valves and reeds as 
tools in magic springing under the arc and sway of a 
baton . . . from tiered seats the enchantment rises: now 
from harp and pianissimo and sforzando . . . empty 
breathes . . .petal-delicate power and heart-felt applause 

What defense has man to the Sirens of the 

symphony, or the symphony of a seraph's voice? 



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/ think continually of those who were truly 

great 

Whose lovely ambition was that their lips, 

still touched with fire 
Should tell of the spirit from head to 

foot in song, 

Stephen Spender 



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The influence of men from other communities . . . 
aesthetic . . . intellectual . . . beat ...we identified with, 
or at least responded to , Dr. Edmund Burke s expla- 
nation of the eclectic man a recital on the 

Beckerath by the master, E. Power Biggs, demon- 
strated amazing versatility and style 




...the Lettermen were ''in' with their usual modern 
sound. . . Brubeck came alive with his typical smooth 
swing ...to share or understand another s philosophy 
to be caught up in Bach or Brubeck is some- 
how to become a bit more concerned a bit 

more alive. 





Against four fingertips 

a brush poised in 

balance by a thumb .... 
veins and knuckles all 
streaked with clay and 

color chaos on a 

pallet becoming the re- 
curring word, embodied 
with strange vitality 
...symbolism.. .intellect- 

ualized language . . . 
from sculptor s edge... 
a viewpoint on canvas . . 

. . . in earth in the 

indomitable angles of 

bronze and stone 

in pastel parfaits . . . 



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poise thought of the 

somewhere mind brought to habi- 
tation in substance . . . ascendency 
in the delicate . . . how rich the 
experience for one viewer who not 
only looks at the creation, but 
has painted it in his own mind 
as well 




''For art comes to you proposing frankly to 

give nothing but the highest quality to your 

moments as they pass, and simply for those 

l moment's sake'' Walter Horatio Pater 




SUMMER AND SMOKE 



Cast: Rev. Winemiller . . . Michael Upp; Mrs. Winemiller . . . Chris 
Hedrick; John Buchanan, Jr. . . . Glenn Baldwin; Alma Wine- 
miller . . . Linda Poland; Rosa Gonzales . . . Gena Medrano; Nellie 
Ewell . . . Terry Jo Kennedy; Roger Doremus . . . Donald Miller; 
Dr. John Buchanan, Sr. . . . Chuck Nelson; Mrs. Bassett . . . Carol 
Taylor; Vernon . . . Ned Ricks; Rosemary . . . Linda Eggeman; 
Dusty . . . Larry Olin; Gonzales . . . Seth Cooper; Archie Kramer . . . 
Ed Barton. 





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LITTLE MARY SUNSHINE 



RICHARD KARBERG . . Chief Brown Bear 

JOHN BURCHETTE Cpl. Billy Jester 

RICHARD KEIGLEY Capt. Big Jim 

Warington 

KAREN ANDERSON . . Little Mary Sunshine 

CAROL TAYLOR Mme. Ernestine Von 

Liebedich 

ANNE NATHAN Nancy Twinkle 

BUTCH PADGETT Fleet Foot 

SAM GRAY Yellow Feather 

RICK WALL Gen. Oscar Fairfax 







A TRIO OF ONE-ACT PLAYS 

This evening of one-act plays was produced, directed and 
acted by Stetson Players Guild members, so that students 
interested in these areas might try their wings and at the 
same time acquaint the interested audience with dramatic 
works of well-known authors. 




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FOR HEAVEN'S 
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Roster: Company A: 



Jay Mechling 
Chuck Nelson 
Liz Rogers 
Sue French 
Glenn Baldwin 
Francene Smith 



Company B: 

Dick Karberg 
Mary Tuxworth 
Larry Clarke 
Wendy Harmer 
Mike Yeargan 
Mary Helen Markley 
Mary Ellen Hooker 





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Academics 






J. OLLIE EDMUNDS, President 



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WILLIAM HUGH McENIRY, JR., Dean of the University 




DR. EDWARD A. HOLMES, Acting Dean of Men 




GEORGE W. HOOD, Dean of Students and Guidance Director 




PAUL C. PARKER 

Director of Admissions 




JOHN E. JOHNS 

Business Manager 



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ELBERT C. TYNER 

Director of Extension Services 




ARTHUR F. TUTTLE, JR., 

Assistant Dean of the University 





FLUKER STEWART, Director of Public Relations, RICHARD 
THIRLWELL, Director of Alumni Relations, JACK OLOF- 
SON, Director of Development. 




GARY MEADOWS, 

Assistant Director of Admissions 



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MISS BARBARA ROWE 

Registrar 




HELEN SASSARD, 
Assistant Registrar 





KEN PHILLIPS, 
Director of Financial Aid 



DR. RICHARD B. MORLAND, 

Director, Graduate Council 



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H. GRAVES EDMONDSON, JR. 
Comptroller 



MRS. ALTHEA SPRAGUE, 

Director, Union Program 



HARRY EDWARDS, 

Director, Student Placement 




MARY EDNA PARKER, 
Assistant Dean of Women 






Seated, Left to Right, are Mrs. Elise Johnson and Mrs. Frances Hann. Standing, Left to Right, are Mrs. Mildred 
Franklin, Mrs. Grace Pheneger, and Mrs. Isa Reese. Not pictured is Mrs. Vivian Roberson. 




BETTY D. JOHNSON 
Librarian 



EVERETTE W. JOHNSON 
Purchasing Agent Bookstore 
Bookstore Manager 



MARY G. LEWIS 
Reference Librarian 



PHYSICAL EDUCATION, PSYCHOLOGY, SOCIOLOGY 
















Dr. David Abbott Mr. Wes Berner Mr. Brady Cowell 

Dr. Benjamin Haddox Dr. Warren Jones Mr. James Robinson 

Mr. John Scalf, Jr. Mrs. Sylvelin Thwing Mr. Robert Weickel 



The building of a stronger body ... a release for excess 
energy ... a team effort ... a sturdy mind made alert by a 
well-developed, well-cared for body . . . The purpose of 
Physical Education . . . Studies in how we do or do not 
behave . . . how we do or do not react ... an effort to 
better understand our society and ourselves. 




Repeated tests and trials of human behavior can often predict psycho- 
logical tendencies as demonstrated by Mr. Robinson. 




Dr. Colwell observes the staunch guard position, flexible stance, the quick lunge and the alert parry for accuracy and effectiveness. 



ROTC 




Major Hewlett Rainer, PMS 



Anny ROTC is designed to supply the nation with quali- 
fied leaders of high morals and character. Through the 
ROTC program the qualities of leadership, patriotism, effi- 
ciency, loyalty, obedience, courage, duty and honor are 
developed. Graduates of the ROTC program have been pre- 
pared since the turn of the century to perform their respon- 
sibilities as citizens wherever the security of the United 
States is threatened by foes. Stetson ROTC men are serving 
with the Army from Viet Nam to Berlin with the same 
vigilance as their forefathers. 



Capt. Richard 

L. Anderson 
Capt. Joe A. 

Brown 
Sgt./Maj. 

Charles 

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Paul T. 
McCrory, Jr. 
Sgt./lst Class 
Clifford R. 

Stearns 




And they expect me to put this together blindfolded! 




ENGLISH AND AMERICAN STUDIES 




Dr. Elliott Allen 
Dr. John Hague 



Dr. Ethel Colburnn 
Dr. Ernest Hall 



Dr. C. Carter Colwell Dr. Gerald Critoph 
Dr. Lloyd Hilton Dr. Ann Morris 



Dr. Byron Gibson 
Dr. William Taylor 



Mrs. Virginia Giffin 
Dr. Paul M. Wheeler 




With English we are in the world of our native tongue . . . 
we live, communicate, and die . . . we strive in the common 
ventures of hfe and, to tell each other of our own experi- 
ences, we use the Enghsh language ... it is a very familiar 
language yet always new . . . We study our culture and en- 
deavor to understand through our English-American tongue. 



But Gerry, are you sure he said that here? 



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I'm not going to tell you again, stay in character' 



If life is anything it is experience 



and through drama 



and art we relate this experience to others ... we share our 
ambitions, our pleasures, and our challenges . . . art, drama, 
and the spoken word bring into focus and sharp contrast the 
experience of being alive. In the drama we see . . . with the 
spoken word we hear . . . with art we sense . . . and all of 
these come to result in the experience of being aware of the 
world around us. 



SPEECH, DRAMA, AND ART 




Mr. Louis Freund Dr. Mary Louise Mr. Bruce Griffiths 

Miss Betty Mack Gehring Mr. Walter 

Mr. Fred Messersmith Sonnenberg 



The finer points of pottery design, the mechanics of ceramic glazing and metal work are carefully explained by the animated portrayals of Mr. 
Bob Ebendorf, recent Fulbright Fellow. 




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Dr. Theodore Beiler Mr. Fred Clark Dr. John Conn 

Dr. Ed Coohdge Dr. J. H. DeLap Miss Dorothy Fuller 



Dr. Keith Hansen 
Mr. William Hughes 
Dr. George Jenl<ins 
Dr. Elmer Prichard 
Mr. H. W. Thwing 
Dr. John Vaughen 








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In science we learn of the world around us . . . its physical 
make-up ... its inter-workings ... its systems . . . theories 
... and applications. The faculty presents us with the world 
around us and gives us the tools to understand our environ- 
ment ... yet we learn more than just what is around us. We 
learn of worlds that are yet to be ... we theorize ... we 
speculate ... we wonder ... we believe. 





With mathematics we work with numbers . . but more 
than numbers we use ideas . . . ideas which control, guide, 
and help . . . these are abstractions and from these abstrac- 
tions we learn more and more of the world in which we 
Hve . . . mathematics is a technical realm but even more it 
is a human realm ... a world in which we build and grow. 



MATHEMATICS 




Dr. Fmmett Ashcraft Dr. Elizabeth Boyd C. H. Chorpening Mr. Ralph Hughes Mr. Curtis Lowry Dr. Gene Medlin 

(Maj. Gen. U.S.A.) 





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In the study of music we come to feel and know the places 
of our lives . . . where our technology cannot take us. We 
experience intangible things of joy . . . peace . . . emotion 
. . . and Romanticism. The faculty introduces us into these 
worlds and teaches us the things we need to know to enjoy 
and understand . . . 



Repeated exercises coupled with the skilled instruction of Miss Leek are 
necessary elements in attaining harmony and style. 



SCHOOL OF MUSIC 



Mrs. Lenoir Almand 
Miss Frances Buxton 
Mrs. Ruth Carr 
Mr. Roger Cushman 
Mr. Richard Feasel 



Prof. Giffin "Oh's" the correct facial manipulations: 
intricate steps toward vocal perfection. 




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Mr. Harold Giffin 
Mr. Robert Hause 



Mrs. Frances Hughes 
Mr. Paul Jenkins 



Miss Eleanor Leek 
Mr. Donald Yaxley 




FOREIGN LANGUAGES 




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Mechanical ingenuity conveys to the sensitive Dr. Gerald Anderson Dr. John Gardner Dr. John Hodges Miss Ethel Kinum 

ear flowing intonations of a French folk tale. Mr. Philip Lee Mr. Ernest Rollins Dr. Hugh N. Seay, Jr. Mrs. Betty Zenkovsky 



With languages we deal in words . . . sounds . . . ideas . . . 
and literature. This area of study is technical but even more 
it is new horizons . . . new cultures . . . and new people. The 
faculty introduces us to worlds ranging from the Classics of 
Greek and Latin to the European worlds of Spanish, French, 
German, and the Oriental world of Russian. In the study of 
languages we cause our world to be small. 




Complex grammatical drills are practiced with Professor Rollins. 
Miss Gonzalez's facial expressions emphasize the phonetics of the language: a familiar session for beginning French students. 




SCHOOL OF BUSINESS 




Mr. Masters talks of the commercial world and its challenge. 



An inclusive term which summarizes the work and activity 
of an entire economy ... a critically important part of the 
world where buying . . . selling . . . and production are the 
important words . . . this is business. The place where the 
Stetson School of Business trains people to meet the chal- 
lenge of the commercial world and that of modern business. 
Soon in the future there will be a new building to aid in this 
challenge . . . and men will be better fitted for the competi- 
tion. 



The work is serious . . . students must learn to 
use machines and make them a part of the busi- 
ness major's life. 





The wires and inner workings of a computer are a complexity 
only a business major could know and love. 



Mr. Charles Andrews 
Dr. John Barthel 
Mr. Walter Bennett 
Dr. Chauncey Elkins 



Mr. David Miller 
Miss Carol Nicklas 
Dr. Russell Nolan 
Miss Maxine Patterson 



HISTORY, PHILOSOPHY AND RELIGION 




"Did you hear about this one? 'Goldwater in "64: bread and water in 
"65; hot water in "66," muses Dr. Schultz during a study break. 



Studies in the hows and whys of the foundations of our uni- 
verse . . . past events which shed light on what we will attempt 
today . . . thoughts which lead to ultimate answers . . . the 
quest for the something greater than ourselves . . . yesterday: 
Alexander's plan of attack, tomorrow: a summit conference 
on nuclear weapons . . . yesterday: Callicles' theory of moral- 
ity, tomorrow: confrontation with the existential predicament 
. . . yesterday: mysticism, tomorrow: realization . . . the reli- 
ance on charts, maps, theories, thoughts, texts ... we attempt 
an understanding of that which we can learn through the 
events of yesterday that somehow we may be better prepared 
— intellectually, spiritually, morally — to comprehend the age 
of missiles, millions and miracles. 




Dr. RoUin Armour 
Dr. Evans Johnson 
Dr. Gilbert Lycan 



Dr. T. W. Bailey 
Dr. Earl Joiner 
Dr. Harold Schultz 



Dr. Ed Holmes 
Rev. Canon Leroy 

Lawson 
Dr. Malcolm Wynn 



"Now of course I am sure that all of you realize that St. Thomas must have been correct in 
his explanation:" a comment that is familiar to students in Father Lawson"s philosophy class. 




Dr. Zenkovsky, a recent Gugenheim scholar 
pauses for a leisurely chat before his next class. 





DR. RAY V. SOWERS, Department Chair- 
man 



"Well, that is not it exactly, but you're close.' 










"Patience is the most important thing when teaching young students." 



Dr. Randolph L. Dr. Harland Merriam 

Carter Dr. Ruth I. Smith 

Dr. Watie Pickens Dr. F. R. Tubbs 
Dr. T. E. Smotherman 



DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION 



In getting an education it is necessary to study education 
... its theories . . . and ideals ... To come to know the real 
significance of the motto . . . Education is Power ... is of 
utmost import. We grow and develop through our education 
. . . and come to know the words of Aristotle . . . "We know 
the future of man through his education." 




"Dr. Tubbs muses over a discussion in class.' 




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Glasses 




SENIORS -CLASS OF 1965 





KAREN A. BARRETT 



VIRGINIA LYNNE 
BARNETT 





CHRISTINE MARY 

AARON 
SAMUEL O. ALLEN 
JOAN A. ANDERS 
DIXIE ANDREWS 



KIM BALLARD 
ADRIAN PAUL BAMBINI 
CHARLES BARNES 
ROBERT M, BARNES 



CHARLES ("CHUCK") BUGG was elected SGA Presi- 
dent in 1964. Since that time his effort towards such goals 
as the Honor System have been unceasing. Chuck's ambi- 
tion and intellectual ability have won him membership in 
ODK, Green Circle, Pi Kappa Delta, and Pi Kappa Phi 
Social Fraternity. He was president of his junior class, on 
the BSU Executive Council as president of that group, and 
a member of the Ministerial Association. Chuck Bugg is 
that kind of individual who has left a meaningful and 
purposeful legacy to Stetson University. 



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SQUIRE R. BARRETT, JR. SANDRA S. BEASLEY JOE BEAVO 



ELIZABETH ANN FLORENCE MORROW 

BEDSOLE BEEBE 




DAVID BENA CHARLES H. BENNETT DIANE BETHEA THOMAS WAYNE 

BRENDA BRAMLITT PAUL C. BREMER CHERYL ANN BROWN BLEDSOE 

THOMAS J. BROWNFIELD JUDITH ANN BROWNSON MICHAEL S. BRUCE MARY LLEW BROWNE 

MARY BUES 



SENIORS -CLASS OF 1965 




ARTHUR SIMMS SUSAN M. CARR BARBARA ANN CARROLL BRENLEY CARTER CATHY LYNN 

BURNSIDE CHAMBERLIN 



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Among the oustanding seniors of 1965 is SANDY CHRISTIAN. 
Sandy's contributions to several phases of campus activities will 
long be remembered. Her membership in Kappa Delta Pi and 
Mortar Board depict her outstanding scholastic achievements. 
Her interests have expanded to such activities as S.F.E.A., editor- 
ship of the Compass, and membership in Zeta Tau Alpha social 
sorority. 




BARBARA KAY 

CHAPMAN 
WILLIAM B. CLARK 
PEGGY JUSTICE CLAY 



RICHARD HAGER 

C^HTLDS 
KENNETH CLAUSSEN 
BETTY COLE 



CHARLES N. COLE RICHARD P. CONDON ADDIE-JO CONKLIN WAYNE R. COULTER NANCY COURCHAINE 








The combination of energy, charm, intelli- 
gence and leadership have served to make the 
college years of ELIZABETH "CISSY" HAR- 
RIS both eventful for herself and beneficial to 
Stetson. Cissy served in the capacity of Pi Beta 
Phi President as a junior, was tapped for mem- 
bership in Tassel, was a Junior Counselor, 
and was chosen as Pershing Rifles sponsor. 
Cissy was a spirited and effective co-captain 
of the cheerleading squad and she reigned as 
Military Ball Queen during her junior year. 



ZOLLIE S. COWART 



NANCY CRABLE 



EDWARD H. CREGAR 



CAROL V. CRESSWELL 



H. "CHRIS" CRISWELL 




SENIORS "CLASS OF 1965 




MARTHA CRUM ROSIE CRUZ 

FREDERICK DeARMAS EMILIE J. DECKER 



PATRICIA DANSYEAR 
CAROL DeLEEUW 



MARIAN S. DAVIS 
NOEL DeLESDERNIER 



CAROL DILL DAY 
MARY DEMIRGIAN 



BRUCE HAULMAN'S name is synonymous with achieve- 
ment and leadership in the Liberal Arts School. His honors 
range from membership in Omicron Delta Kappa, S.G.A. 
Vice-President, and Arcon of Pi Kappa Phi, to the title of 
Homecoming Host. Bruce is also a past member of Green 
Circle, I.F.C., and many campus committees, including the 
Publications Board. 





ALAN DICKEY 
MARY A. DRIGGERS 



ROGER DIXON 
W. E. DUNWODY 





GLORIA DURRENCE 
GARY FORMET 



EVANS EDINGER 
ROBERT C. FOX 



KATHERINE ENGLE 
JEANNETTE FRANCIS 



ELOISE FLIPPO 
JOSEPH FREE 



DOUGLAS FOGLE 
DWIGHT GEIGER 



MARGARET JONES has exemplified the adage of the well- 
rounded student. She has a high academic average, winning mem- 
bership in Mortar Board and Tassel. Her tireless eiTorts to sorority 
life are shown by her election to Panhellenic Council and the 
offices of Scholarship Chairman and President of Delta Delta Delta. 
Margaret excelled in intramural sports throughout her four years 
at Stetson and managed to win the title of Women's State Golf 
Champion for Kentucky. 





RITA SUE GLAZE 
RALPH N. GREENE 



LESLIE N. GREENBAUM 
VIRGINIA GUTMAN 



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SENIORS --CLASS OF 1965 





MARGARET HEFLIN 
AILEEN HERKO 



RICHARD HENDERSON 
OLGA HEYMAN 



STEVE HENDERSON 
JANET HICKS 



CAROL ROBB is outstanding in her efforts to attain well-rounded recogni- 
tion. Her academic endeavors have merited her membership in Tassel and 
Mortar Board. Carol is better known as the "girl Friday" of publications 
having worked as a staff member on all campus publications and also 
editing the "Compass."; through her efforts in this area she has won 
membership in Sigma Pi Kappa. Carol has worked tirelessly in the area 
of student government through her position as a Junior Counselor and as 
a member of the Women's Executive Council, of which she was President. 



DANIEL W. HALE 
CAROL HANSEN 
ROBERT HARRIS 
WILLIAM HARTMAN 



LAURA HALL 
DIANNE HARMAN 
JOHN HART 
LARRY HARTSFIELD 





VIOLET HICKS 
SUSAN HOLCOMBE 



STEVEN HIGH 
CECIL HOLLAND 



ROBERT HILL 
RICHARD HOOD 



TOBEY HOCKETT 
TOWNSEND HOPPER 




STEPHANIE HOVEN 
GLORIA HUNTER 



KATHLEEN HUFF 
RAY lANNUCCI 



ROXANA HUKE 
lAMES INGERSOLL 



BONNIE HUNTER 
LAWRENCE JENKINS 



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SENIORS -CLASS OF 1965 




ROBERT A. JOHNSON 
PATIUCK G. KENNEDY 



ROBERT B. JOINER 
DANIEL M. KILBRIDE 



WILLIAM A. JOKELA 
KENNETH T. KINCAID 



EDITH M. JONES 
JOEL E. LANEY 



PETER D. KAUNITZ 
ROBERT LANKFORD 



Though an exemplary student of the Stetson Music School, the activities of 
GROVER WILKINS extend into many areas of campus life. Grover has 
maintained a high scholastic average which has won him membership in 
Omicron Delta Kappa and Green Circle. He has served as an active member 
of the Student Senate and has been recognized for his outstanding contributions 
to R.O.T.C. His efforts with the military have merited appointment to Scabbard 
and Blade. His endeavors in fraternity life have made him a popular and re- 
spected member of the Sigma Nu Fraternity. 





JACKIE LANUM 
ALBERT P. LEE 



PATRICIA L. LAVENDER 
SANDRA E. LIDDY 




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THOMAS LOKEY 
JAMES LOVE 



JOSH LONG 
JOHN LOZITO 



To be seen pounding a typewriter, balancing books or (rarely) trying 
to catch a nap at almost any hour of the day or night in the S.U.B. 
Office is senior DAVID LAVOY. Dave has been a regular contribu- 
tor to the Stetson Reporter, has served as S.U.B. Treasurer, and has 
won membership in Green Circle and O.D.K., the highest scholastic- 
leadership honorary. 




Furtherance of the ideals of campus panhellenic spirit has been the 
matrix of the efforts of SANDY SMITH, elected to Who's Who for 
1965. Sandy's membership in Phi Mu social sorority and Phi Beta, 
the women's music honorary exemplify the diversity of activities 
to which she has applied her talents. Her efforts toward intersorority 
relations have done much to frame the foundation for a future of a 
stronger Greek system on the campus. 




DAVID T. MacFARLAND 
CAROL L. MANN 



ROGER R. MAAS 
LINDA K. MARCHINTON 



SENIORS -CLASS OF 1965 







CHARLES W, MOCK 



OTIS L. MOODY 



WILLIAM A. MOORE 



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One of the most outstanding contributors to government life at Stetson has 
been RICHARD GINN. Richard has served in the Senate and on the Men's 
Council. He is a member of O.D.K. and Green Circle and has acted in the 
capacity as President of Wesley Foundation to make many outstanding con- 
tributions to Stetson life. 




DONALD MASON JOHN M. MAYER 

KENWOOD D. GEROLD M, McCARTNEY 

McCANN JUDITH A. McGEE 

MARY W. McENIRY MASON L. MILLER 
JOHN H. MIKKELSEN 




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JAMES M. MOORMAN ELIZABETH E. MORAN N. ANNETTE MORRIS EDWIN T. MULOCK JOHN MURPHY 




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FRED S. MYERS DOMINICK J. NAPOLI 

CHARLES D. NEAL WALTER W. NELSON 

MARION M. NEWTON MARGARET A. NICHOLS 




One of the most outstanding of the Stetson senior women has been 
KAREN KANE. Karen has added much to Stetson life by her pleasant 
personahty and her devotion to the many organizations to which she 
belonged. She has served as past president of Panhellenic Council and 
is a member of Pi Beta Phi sorority, Mortar Board and Tassel. 



SENIORS -CLASS OF 1965 




DONNA DOLLENS, an active member of Pi Beta 
Phi sorority, has contributed her time and talent 
to many areas of student life including the Execu- 
tive Women's Council, the Reporter staff, 
S.F.E.A., and Mortar Board, of which she is presi- 
dent. 




WILLIAM I. NORRIS CHRISTINA M. ODDO CHARLES B. PALMER 

SANDRA K. PARSONS JEFFERY I. PATTINSON PATRICIA A. PAULK 




RANDALL M. PAYNE 
MILDRED L. PULLEN 



FRANCIS E. PECK 
MARILYN R. RAYNAL 



JOHN C. PERRY THOMAS J. PETERS ALICE E. PETTY 

ROBERT J. RENFROE ROBERT R. REYNOLDS LEROY E. RHODE 







Scholarship, leadership, citizenship — all attributes of 
ROBERT SNOWDEN. An active member and song 
leader of Pi Kappa Phi, Bob has also given great 
energy to the student government as a member of 
the Senate. His outstanding scholarship has won him 
recognition by O.D.K. and Green Circle. Bob has 
been of great assistance to the religious life of the 
University as B.S.U. President. 




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JAMES RICHTER THOMAS K. RIDEN RICHARD G. RIGANO 

JAMES W. ROACH SHARON D. ROGERS VIOLET R. ROGERS 





EDWIN P. SANDERS 
VIRGINIA K. 
SCHIBANOFE 



JOHN J. SAUTNER 
JULIA R. SCOTT 



LEANNE McGlNNJS, cited for Who's Who 1965, has been 
an indispensable leader in the area of Women's Student Gov- 
ernment. Her membership in Women's Council and on the 
Executive Council has been active and eventful. She is a 
respected member of her sorority, Alpha Xi Delta and was 
chosen by the Lambda Chis for their Crescent Court. 



SENIORS -CLASS OF 1965 





LARRY SMITH 
MARGARET SPORHASE 



SUSANNE SPARKMAN 
WILLIAM STARK 



Recognized as one of the outstanding members of the Stetson Music 
School, GENE TUNNELL has been chosen for Who's Who, 1965. 
Gene has been active in varied fields of university life and was 
elected to the Senate by his fellow music students. His membership 
in Omicron Delta Kappa reflects his excellence in scholastic endea- 



SHARON D, SELLERS 
SAMUEL SHERARD 
GEORGE LAMB 
DAVID SMITH 



FRANK SHELTON 
ROBERT SHIPMAN 
TERESA SINGLEY 
FRANCENE SMITH 




Pi Beta Phi's MARTHA FARRINGTON has achieved member- 
ship in Mortar Board, Tassel, Scroll and Key, and Phi Society — 
all of Stetson's honor societies open to women. Marty is a Stetson 
Scholar, and has studied in the Honors Program and the Washing- 
ton Semester Program. Her service also extends to the Stetson 
Union Board Social Committee. 

A name that has, over the past four years, become synonymous 
with campus leadership is that of JAMES B. "JIM" CHAPLIN. 
Besides a memorable year as Commander of Sigma Nu, Jim has 
also served as Secretary and President of the Men's Council, and 
Treasurer of the S.U.B. His election to Scabbard and Blade and 
ODK are further indications of his outstanding record of leader- 
ship. 





CAROLYN STECHER 
GERALD STUDIER 
KAREN TAFT 
RANDALL THOMAS 



RANDY STOKES 
BRIAN SVIKHART 
DIANNE TAYLOR 
PATRICIA THOMAS 



SENIORS-CLASS OF 1965 




BUDDY KIRK has probably served on as many com- 
mittees as any other graduate of Stetson University. 
His service to Lambda Chi Alpha, student government 
and the Wesley Foundation as well as his achievement 
in academics make him truly worthy of the honor of 
being named to Who's Who. 




THOMAS THORNTON 
DAVID TUCKER 



JOAN TILTON 
THOMAS TUCKER 



PAULA TONDEE 
JOHN TURNER 




iROL VANDERWAL 


JUDY WEED 


KATHY WALTON 


CHARLES WATERHOUSE 


ANN WATERS 


MIKE WATKINS 


DENISE WALL 


PHILIP WELLS 


SHERRY WHEELER 


CAROLYN 
WHITTENBURG 




The scholastic attainments of LINDA GREGORY 
HAWES are to be seen in her membership in Mortar 
Board, Tassel, Kappa Delta Pi, the education honorary, 
and Phi Society, of which she was President. Linda has 
brought great honor to her sorority. Alpha Xi Delta, not 
only in the realm of scholarship but also in her participa- 
tion in various S.G.A. and campus committees. 



HELEN WHITINGTON 
GWYNNE WILLIAMS 



ANNA WILLIAMS 
KAY ALLEN WILSON 



GLORIA WILLIAMS 
JUNE WIRSING 




The year of 1965 has seen numerous innovations and improvements in 
the quality and attitude of the Stetson Reporter. This achievement has 
been due, chiefly, to the leadership and initiative of GARY OSTROM. 
Gary's participation on the Publications Board, and his presidency of 
Sigma Pi Kappa, journalism honorary, have been coupled with his activi- 
ties in Student Government and his fraternity, Sigma Phi Epsilon to make 
him an outstanding member of his graduating class. 



BARBARA WRIGHT 
DONNA YOCUM 



MARY YETTER 
RICHARD ZELLER 




STETSON UNIVERSITY 
COLLEGE OF LAW 







STETSON UNIVERSITY 
COLLEGE OF LAW 

FACULTY AND ADMINISTRATION 



"The right to practice law is not a natural, inherent right, 
but one which may be exercised only upon proof of satis- 
factory legal attainments and character. Justice . . . can be 
maintained only if the conduct and motives of those who 
establish and administer it merit the approval of all just men 
..." These are the opening words of the Honor Code of the 
Stetson University College of Law, and state the general 
goals of that institution. Since 1900 the Law School and the 
faculty of the St. Petersburg campus have directed their 
efforts toward the education of young men who understand 
and share the goals of a college dedicated to these high prin- 
ciples. The adaptation of the British system of legal educa- 
tion, stressing personal contact with practicing lawyers, 
promotes the effectiveness and merit of the quest for legal 
excellence. 




COL. WILLIAM UNGER, Business 
Manager; LL.B., Stetson College of Law 





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OLIVIA J. ATHEY, Burser 



FRANK E. BOOKER, Assoc. 
Prof, of Law; LL.B., Duke 

L'niver^ity 



EVERETT E. CUSHMAN, 
Assoc. Prof, of Law; L.L.B., 
Stetson Univ. Law School 



DAVID L. DICKSON, Prof, of 
Law; LL.B., Harvard University 




RICHARD T. DILLON, Asst. 
Dean; Prof, of Law; LL.M., 
New York University 



MRS. KAY EDDY, Registrar; HAROLD I. LINDSEY, Prof, of DR. EDWARD LAMONT 

Administrative Asst. to the Dean Law; LL.M., Duke University PLATT, Visiting Prof, of Law; 

LL.D., Harvard Law School 



STETSON UNIVERSITY LAW SCHOOL 
WHO'S WHO 

IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES 




EDMUND S. WHirSUN, JR. 
J. BERT GRANDOFF, JR. DAVID T. HENNIGER 

(NOT PICTURED: JAMES D. LITTLE) 



DR. WILLIAM F. CASLER 




O. A. BAIR. Tampa, Fla.- 
College; Phi Delta Phi. 



-B.S., Florida Southern 



JERRY D. BELL, St. Petersburg, Fla.— B.S., 
Auburn University; Delta Theta Phi. 



EDWARD D. BUNN, Miami, Fla.— B.B.A., Uni- 
versity of Florida; President Student Bar; Moot 
Court Competition; Public Defender Award; Phi 
Delta Phi Legal Fraternity. 



C. Y. BYRD, Deh-ay Beach, Fla.— B.S., Florida 
State University; Certified Public Accountant, Del- 
ta Theta Phi Legal Fraternity. 

JOHN W. CASH, Tampa, Fla.— A.A., University 
of Florida; B.A., Florida State University; Chief 
Justice of Honor Court, Delta Theta Phi Legal 
Fraternity; Student Advisor, Moot Court Partici- 
pant; Member, Public Relations and Student Place- 
ment Committees. 

DR. WILLIAM FRANKLIN CASLER, St. Peters- 
burg, Fla. — B.S.. D.V.M.. Michigan State Univer- 
sity; Who's Who In American Colleges and 
Universities; President. Student Bar Association; 
Magister, Phi Delta Phi Legal Fraternity; Michi- 
gan State University: Phi Kappa Phi; Phi Zeta; 
Salutatorian. 



ANNE GODSEY CONNELLY, St. Petersburg, 
Fla. — B.S., Beaver College; Secretary, Freshman 
Class; Secretary-Treasurer, Junior Class. 

CHARLES M. CUMBO, Tampa, Fla.— B.S., 
N. Y. State College for Teachers, B.S., University 
of Florida; Secretary, Freshman Class; Secretary, 
Student Bar Association; Veep, Student Bar Assoc- 
iation; Phi Alpha Delta; Clerk, Phi Alpha Delta; 
Barristers' Club; Moot Court Competition; Co- 
Chairman, Christmas Party for mentally retarded 
children. v_. 



ROBERT K. DOWNS 



The Fall Term officers of the Student Bar Association are Left to Right: David T. Henniger, Honor Court Attorney; William J. 
Skarbek, Treasurer; Charles L. Bailiff. Vice President: William F, Casler. President; George D. Kickliter, Secretary; John W. Cash, 
Chief Justice of Honor Court. 




LAW SCHOOL SENIORS 




RICHARD CHARLES ED- 
WARDS, Tampa, Fla.— 
B.S., University of Tampa; 
Delta Theta Phi Legal Fra- 
ternity. 

DENIS L. FONTAINE 
J. BERT GRANDOFF, JR., 
Tampa, Fla. — B.A., Univer- 
sity of Florida; American 
Law Student's Association; 
Delegate; President, Phi Al- 
pha Delta; Chairman. Moot 
Court Team; National Moot 
Court Team; Who's Who; 
Dana Scholarship Award; 
Perry Nichols Award, Trial 
Practice; Outstanding Moot 
Court Participant; Inns of 
Court Council. 



JAMES EDWARD EL- 
LIOTT, St. Petersburg, Fla. 
— Stetson University; Phi 
Delta Phi; Barristers Club, 
Chairman; Chief Justice 
Honor Court; Justice Honor 
Court; Glee Club. 
THOMAS MICHAEL FOS- 
TER, Tampa, Fla.— B.A., 
University of Tampa; Fresh- 
man Moot Court Speaker of 
the Day; Phi Alpha Delta, 
Justice, Marshall; Junior 
Class Treasurer; Senior Class 
Honor Court Justice; Amer- 
ican Jurisprudence Award; 
Charles A. Dana Scholar- 
ship recipient; Who's Who. 
JOHN P. GRIFFIN, Tam- 
pa, Fla.— B.A., M.Ed., Uni- 
versity of Florida; Freshman 
Moot Court Winner; Presi- 
dent of Junior Class, Fresh- 
man Orientation Chairman; 
Student Bar Delegate, ALSA 
Convention; Tribune, Delta 
Theta Phi; Gulf Life Insur- 
ance Co. Scholarship Recip- 
ient. 




Officers of the Student Bar Association are. Left to Right: Sam 
Cacciatore, Treasurer; Charles M. Cumbo, Vice-President: 
Charles Bailiff, President; George Miller, Secretary; John Tom- 
linson. Chief Justice of Honor Court; Walter Mackoul, Honor 
Court Attorney. 




RONALD MELVIN 
GRUESBECK, Lawrence, 
Michigan — Andrews Uni- 
versity. 

DAVID THOMAS HEN- 
NIGER, St. Petersburg, Fla. 
— A.A., St. Petersburg Jr. 
College; B.S., Florida South- 
ern College; Honor Roll; 
Overseer's Scholarship 
Award; Freshman and Jun- 
ior years; American Juris- 
prudence Awards; Moot 
Court Competition; Honor 
Court Justice; Honor Court 
Attorney; Co-Chmn., How 
to Study Committee; Phi 
Alpha Delta, Treasurer; 
Who's Who. 



WILLIAM R. HERSEY. 
H. CLYDE HOBBY, Dade 

City, Fla. — Stetson Univer- 
sity; Pi Kappa Phi Social 
Fraternity; Phi Delta Phi; 
Treasurer, Student Bar As- 
sociation; Honor Court Jus- 
tice; State and National 
Moot Court Competition; 
Assistant Editor, Student Di- 
rectory; Co-Editor, Senior 
Placement Bulletin; Inns of 
Court Council. 





WILLIAM RUSSELL JEN- 
KINS, Walstonburg. N. C— 
B.S., University of North 
Carolina; Delta Theta Phi 
Legal Fraternity; Barrister's 
Club; Young Democrats 
Club. 



FRANK D. KELLY. De- 
land. Fla. — Daytona Beach 
J.C., Florida State Univer- 
sity; Delta Theta Phi Legal 
Fraternity; Government 
Club; Student Bar; Barris- 
ter's Club. 



CARL MARTIN KUTT- 
LER. JR., St. Petersburg, 
Fla. — A.A., St. Petersburg 
J.C; B.S., Florida State Uni- 
versity; Law Clerk; Orienta- 
tion Comm. Co-Chairman. 



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IVEN S. LAMB, JR., Jack- 
sonville, Fla. — A. A., Jack- 
sonville University, B.S., 
Florida State University; 
Delta Theta Phi; Public De- 
fender's Clinic; Christian 
Legal Society; Barrister's 
Club. 

R. BRUCE McMANUS, 
Gulfport, Fla.— B.S., Uni- 
versity of Oklahoma; John 
Marshall Law School; Phi 
Delta Theta Social Fratern- 
ity; Engineer Club; Pi Ep- 
silon Tau; Sigma Tau; Tau 
Beta Pi; Law Clerk; Dean's 
List. 



JAMES D. LITTLE, St. 

Petersburg, Fla. — B.S., Uni- 
versity of Alabama; Charles 
A. Dana Scholarship: Sigma 
Chi Social Fraternity; Honor 
Court; Participant; State, 
National Moot Court; Phi 
Delta Phi; Student Assistant 
Librarian; Who's Who. 
THOMAS A. MERRITT, 
St. Petersburg — B.S., Stetson 
University; Sigma Nu Social 
Fraternity; Golf Team; Phi 
Delta Phi Legal Fraternity. 



JAMES R. LOWE 
THOMAS E. MEYERS, 
Tampa, Fla.— B.S., B.A., 
University of Florida; Moot 
Court Team; Best Freshman 
Award, Moot Court; Mar- 
shall, Phi Alpha Delta; 
American Jurisprudence 
Award for Excellence in 
Labor Law; Judge, Fresh- 
man Moot Court. 



DANIEL C. McCORMIC, 
Miami, Fla.— B.B.A., Uni- 
versity of Miami; Freshman 
Law Class, President; Honor 
Court Justice; Exchecquer; 
Phi Delta Phi Legal Fra- 
ternity; Public Defender Fel- 
lowship Recipient. 
PHILLIP G. NEWCOMM, 
St. Petersburg, Fla. — B.A., 
Stetson University; Phi Del- 
ta Phi; Delta Sigma Phi 
Social Fraternity; President, 
Men's Council. 



LAW SCHOOL 
SENIORS 




JOHN CAROWELL PILCHER, Sara- 
sota, Fla. — B.S., Fla. State Univ.; Sec, 
Board of Publications; Yearbook staff; 
Phi Kappa Psi Social Frat., Chaplain, 
Pledge Master; Phi Delta Phi Legal Frat., 
Rush Chairman; Collegiate Civitan, Pres.; 
Veterans Club; Student Advisor; Student 
Assistant, Medical Jurisprudence; Public 
Defenders Clinic; Finance Comm., Stu- 
dent Bar Assoc. 

LOUIS PITCHER, Dixon, 111.— A.B., 111. 
Wesleyan Univ.; Phi Delta Phi Legal 
Frat. 

LARRY GEORGE RIGHTMYER, Sink- 
ing Spring, Pa. — A.B., B.S., Bucknell 
Univ.; Albright College; M.S., Univ. of 
Missouri; Chmn., Orientation Comm.; 
Veep, Sr. Class; Phi Delta Phi Legal Frat. 




JOHN W. RODGERS, St. Petersburg, 
Fla. — Stetson Univ.; Sigma Nu Social 
Frat.; Honor Court, Fr.; ALSA Rep.; 
Jr. Class Pres.; Editor, Student Direc- 
tory; Ass't Justice, Fr. Moot Court; Moot 
Court Competition; Phi Delta Phi Legal 
Frat., Magister and Clerk. 



RONALD HANS SCHNELL, Treasure 
Island, St. Petersburg, Fla. — A.S., Rock- 
land Community College; Stetson Univ.; 
P.A.D., Young Republicans, Pres., Corr. 
Sec; Sailing Club; Student Bar Comm. 



JAMES H. SEAY, Sarasota, Fla.— B.S., 
Indiana Univ.; Univ. of Denver; Student 
Bar Assoc; Mgr., Student Bar Book- 
store; Phi Alpha Delta Legal Fraternity; 
Ford Foundation Fellowship Recipient; 
Theta Chi Social Frat. 



THEODORE CHARLES STEFFENS, 
Hollywood, Fla. — A.B., Duke Univ.; 
Moot Court Competition; Public De- 
fender Grant. 



RICHARD LEE STEWART, Clear- 
water, Fla. — St. Petersburg J.C; Fla. 
State Univ., B.A.; Phi Delta Phi Legal 
Frat. 



ROBIN A. VAILLANCOURT, St. Pet- 
ersburg, Fla. — A. A., St. Petersburg J.C; 
B.I.E., Univ of Fla.; Vice Dean, Delta 
Theta Phi Legal Frat. Treas., Sr. Class; 
Public Defender Fellow, 1964. 



DAVID S. WALKER, St. Petersburg, 
Fla.— B.A., Wake Forest College; Phi 
Delta Phi Legal Frat., Co-Chmn., Young 
Repub. Club. 



ALBURN A. WARREN, Tampa, Fla.— 
B.A., Tampa Univ.; Delta Theta Phi 
Legal Frat. 



EDMUND S. WHITSON, JR., Clear- 
water, Fla. — A.A., St. Petersburg J.C, 
Univ. of So. Fla.; Pres., Sr. Class; Phi 
Delta Phi Legal Frat., Recipient, Charles 
A. Dana Scholarship; Recipient, Public 
Defender Fellowship, Chmn., Fr. Orien- 
taton Advisors; Amer. Jurisprudence 
Award, Constitutional Law; Who's Who. 

CLUDE H. WILSON, JR., Sarasota, Fla. 
— B.A., Univ. of Fla.; Moot Court, Re- 
gional Competition, National Competi- 
tion; Phi Alpha Delta Legal Frat., Mar- 
shal, Veep, Pres.; Recipient, Amer. Juris- 
prudence Award, Academic Excellence 
in State Constitutional Law. 



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LAW SCHOOL 
JUNIORS 



George Pierce 
Stephen Schwarz 
John Shaw 
Joseph Thury 
Roland WiUiams 



Jay Reynolds 
Robert Scott 
William Skarbek 
Harvey White 
Clark Yeakle 








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Philip Adams 
Sammy Cacciatore 
Bruce McKinley 
Carl Moore 



James Brickley 
Maurice Futch 
Walter Mackoul 
Marshall Nance 



James Brown 
Joseph Gilbert 
Larry Meyer 
George Patten 




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LAW SCHOOL 
FRESHMEN 



John Ashcraft 
Larry Bodiford 
Frederic Buttner 



Robert Barker 
Alex Boriss 
Norman Cannella 



T. Richard Barrett 
Thomas Brown 
Dwaine Carr 



William Blakeman 
Jerry Browning 
Don Caton 





Reuben Clarson 
George Coward 
Michael Davis 
Steve Ennis 



Richard Conrad 
William Daniel 
William Douglas 
Kenneth Evans 



Men iionored by membership in the DELTA THhr-*i PHI Legal hi iteinitv aie Front Row, 
Left to Right: John Griffin, Jack Johnson, Jim Brickley, Marshal) Nance, Dan Futch, Robin 
Vaillancourt, Jerry Cobb, Bill Jenkins; Back Row, Left to Right: Ken Deacon, Sammy 
Cacciatore, Charles Bailiff, Bill Skarbek, Iven Lamb, Jim Rowan, George Coward, John 
Tomlinson, John Cash, Richard Edwards, John Miklos, Jerry Bell. 



128 




The members of PHI DELTA PHI International Legal Fraternity are: Front Row, Left to Right: Louis Pitcher. Edmund Whitson. 
Jr.. Thomas Merritt, Eugene C. Shaw, Jr.. John Hankal, John Rodgers, Daniel McCormic, William Casler, James Elliott, Larry 
Rightmyer, Richard Stewart, George Pierce; Back Row, Left to Right: Prof. Frank Booker, Frank Aloia, Walt Mackoul, William 
Blakeman, George Patten. Philip Adams. James Brown. Jr., Dean Harold L, Sebring. Charles Liberis, Jr., Frank Elkes. Stephen 
Schwarz, Richard Rhodes, William Blews. Mr. Everett E. Cushman. Mr. Calvin Kuenzel, Mr. Edward L. Piatt. 




S. John Gedge 
Robert Hamilton 
William Horton 



Stanley Gelman 
John Hankal 
Charles Hurt 



Donald Glazer 
Willis Heth 
Ronald Ingham 



Dennis Granda 
George Hieber 
Craig James 



Clinton Green 
Elmo Hoffman 
James Johnston 




Ned Julian George Kickliter Jay Landers Charles Liberis Eunice Luke William Lunsford 

James McNeil Gilbert MacPherson Robert Michaud Harlow Middleton George Miller Jeffords Miller 



LAW SCHOOL FRESHMEN 




The Stetson Law School Moot Court Team, which was a runner-up in the regional finals of national competition and 
competed in the national competition, has as its members: Left to Right: Calvin Kuenzel, Faculty Advisor; Clyde Wilson, 
Jr., J. Bert Grandoff, and Thomas Meyers. 



130 





Included in the membership of the PHI ALPHA DELIA Legal Lralcnuty are: Front 
Row, Left to Right: loseph Thiiry, Charles Cumbo, Prof. HaroFd Lindsey, Prof. Richard 
Dillon, Clyde Wilson, Elmo Hoffman, George Kickliter. Back Row, Left to Right: 
Thomas Shine, Joseph Sole, Bert Grandoff, Mike Foster, Tom Meyers, Dwaine Carr, 
George Osborne, David Henniger, Dennis Fontaine. 



H. Lee Moflfitt Millard Noblin 

Charles Gates Tarrence Ray 

Carlton Reichert Thomas Robertson 

Mel Rodelli Simon Rosin 

Charles Schoder G. Robert Schultz 




Thomas Shine Joseph Sole Thomas Taylor James Terrell 

Claude Tison Andrew Trakas William Tweedle Walter Williams 

Gary Willis Ty Wilson James Wischmeyer John Witt 






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Joy Anderson 
Judy Anderson 
Karen Anderson 
Bruce Arnold 
Sarah Ashcraft 
James Ault 
Sue Austin 



Joel Bagnal 
Robert BaUey 
Richard Baksa 
Glen Baldwin 
Ira Barbe 
Denise Barolo 
Shirley Barrett 



Jane Beyer Doug Butler 

Jim Bickelhaupt Wm. Charlesworth 

Gerald Bottomley Evelyn Chatlos 

Larry Boyd Ann Clements 

Amelia Braun Ruth Colvard 

Ted Brousseau Pete Cornwall 

Steve Busey Charles Coursey 




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Andrew Coutant 
Clara Cox 




Gloria Creagh 
Eddie Culver 





Sandy Davidson 
John Davis 





Doug Dawson 
Betty Deal 




Joyce Deaton 
Jennie Dekle 




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Donna Dericks 
Chuck Dillman 





Diane Doubleday 
Richard Dowling 




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Brenda Durham 
Wayne Ellis 




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JUNIORS-CLASS OF 1966 




Bob Eslinger 
Susan Fawcett 
Alice Field 
Judith Field 



Frank Fishbaugh 
Connie Fleishel 
Suzanne Fletcher 
Lelia Foster 



Bill Francisco 
Melissa Freeland 
Tom Freeman 
Edward Furlong 



Chris Garbow 
John Gardner 
Joseph Garner 
Glenn Garvin 



Tim Gaskill 
Caryl Giflfin 
Mack Gooding 
Barbara Goodson 





Larry Hastings 
Cindy Hayman 



J. V. Hays 
Robert Hebden 





Peter Heebner 
Lois Herberholz 






Judith Herrald 
Barbara Hinkle 




Terry Higgins 
Randy Hird 



Gail Gordon Marty Gregory 
Gary Hanson Sandy Hardy 



,, .. „ .. T> 1 u tr 4 Diana Hoben 

Patricia Hall Kurt Hampp Ralph Hampton Richard Holifield 

David Hargnett Less Hargrave Steve Harkins 





Owen Holmes 
Penny Hook 





AUce Toward 
Mary Hudgins 






Gwen Knight 
Clay Knowles 



Edward Levy 
Marcos Lorenzo 
Robert Lowry 



Sandra Lucas 
Margaret Luke 
Randy Lyle 



Ray Lynn 
Janet Lyon 
Barbara Macgill 



Glynis McHargue 
Jan Maas 
Michael Mabry 



Beth Martin 
Paul Martin 
Jeanne Mazur 




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Sandy Melton 
Marvin Metheny 
Raymond Miller 
Annica Millsaps 



Dorit Kiause 
Michael Lawrence 



Sandy Minor 
Bonnie Moffat 
Judy Moore 
Ronnie Moore 





Dorothy Morgan 
Cynthia Morris 
Pat Morrissey 
D. Moschandreas 



Forrest M. Moser 
Gwen Mulliniks 
Richard MuHins 
Anna Nash 



Laura Nawotka 
Robert Nelson 
6 Sanford B. Nelson 

1 Randy Nimnicht 



David Rosselle 





Phelps Salter 



William Schneider 




Diana Norton 
Jill Nunez 
Richard Nunez 
Jan Orians 



Jim Owen 
Cary Page 
James Parker 
Joseph Parko 



"] Ian Patterson 
Sam Pendino 
Stephen Petersen 
Larry Pierce 



Linda Priddy 
Bob Peterbaugh 
Bev F. Richards 
James Richter 



Larry Riesbeck 
Evie Rikard 
Fred Robbins 
Wilham Roberts 



Paul Schumacher 




Sandra Shippey 





Gerald Simmons 





136 



Susan Smedley 
Ron Solomon 
Gardner Soiile 
Kenneth Steele 
Anne Stephens 
Jim Steven 





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Judy Swanson 
Anne Swope 
Robert Tardif 



Jim Thompson 
Tim Thompson 
Yvonne Thompson 



Rick Traut 
Edward Tribble 
Tony Tussing 



Gary Tyson 
Arlene Vail 
Mary Lou Varnedoe 




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^ L^tf Carole Wainman 



Richard Wall 
Stan Wallace 
Nancy Wands 



Brenda Ward 
Teryl-Sue Ward 
Oneita Waters 



David Weippert 
James Welch 



Bob Wells 
Katherine Wheeler 



Betsy Whelan 
Gene White 



William Wieland 
Linda Woofter 



Robert Wright 
Jim Yaeger 



Tina Young 
Jean Zeller 





Michael Abies 
Vincent Abreu 
Carl Ackerman 
Kirk Ainslie 
Ronald Albrecht 
Merilyn Albritton 
Kathleen Aldrich 



Leslie Alexander 
Kenneth Anderson 
Susan Arvanitis 
Joyce Ashley 
Baiba Ausinsch 
Cheryl Bardowell 
Jo Barringer 




Juan Barroso 
Janice Baube 
Frank Bauer 
Jane Beach 
Marci Beach 



John Bedell 
Alden Behrens 
Kurt Bendel 
Joe Biber 
Frank Bigelow 



Mary Birrel 
Randi Bishop 
Paul Blank 
Carol Blazer 
Gary Ballinger 



David Casey 
Angel Castillo 



James CauUey 
Luis Ceballo 






Joanne Cheshire 
Susan Chickering 



Larry Clarke 
Linda Claypool 



John BohmfaUc 
Marie Bozard 
Patricia Brack 
Rick Branan 
Julia Brannam 



Linda Cline 
Gail Chors 



Fred Brining 
Lillian Brockett 
Dianna Brown 
John Brown 
Tana Brown 




Daniel Coker 
Julius Coker 



John Buchanan 
Lane Burnett 
Robert Burns 
Loucretia Cain 
Rocki Campbell 



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Sarah Cole 
Phil Collins 



Toni Carameros 
Ehzabeth Carroll 
Donna Carter 
Frank Carter 
Joyce Cartledge 





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SOPHOMORES 

CLASS OF 1967 





Nancy Combs 
Bonnie Corydon 
John Crowther 



Mary Curmanskei 
Richard Damron 
Patti Davidson 



Dan Davis 
Willaira Davis 
Jack Dawson 



Nestor de Armas 
F. de Miranda 
Lisa de Treville 



Paul Dickey 
Camille Dillard 
Henry Dolive 



[' i\ Selby Edwards 

jj Richard Enstice 

■^ * Janet Estenson 



Sharon Estes 
Barbara Eubanks 
Fred Fendt 



Leon Fowler 
James Frame 
Jane Furlong 



Elizabeth Gainey 
Earl Galitz 
Lynn Gardner 



Polly Garrett 
Sam Gladding 
H. Gonzalez 




Patricia Graef 
Madeline Grana 



Betsy Grimm 
Craig Gruber 



Lina Guenther 
Diane Gussman 



John Haire 
Ron Hall 




Virginia Fishpaw 
Roberta Flippo 
Robert Foulds 



Alonzo Hardesty 
John Hardman 
Wendy Harmer 



Patricia Harrell 
Gene Harrison 
Robert Hayes 




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George Head 
Ronald Heath 
Don Heinze 
Mery Herbst 
Paul Hockett 
John Hogg 
Michael Hood 



Carol Hooker 
Mary Hooker 
Jeanne Howard 
Kathleen Huggard 
Catherine Hutchins 
Don Jackson 
Linda Jackson 



Dennis Mastry 
Phyllis Mathers 




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Ronald Johnson 
Gregory Johnston 
Kevin Jones 
Thomas Jones 
Gail Jordan 



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Richard Mayer 
Jay Mechling 



Sherrille Julian 
Terri Jo Kennedy 
Glenn Kessler 
Grace Kirkpatrick 
C. Kleinschinidt 

Gena Medrano 
Robin Merriam 

Bonnie Knights 

Richard Knapp 

Richard Kohn 

Carol Kuntzleman 

Carolyn Lady 

Lynn Midkiff 
Sally Middleton 



Douglas Lain 

Sharon Langwell 

Roman Lannes 

Catherine Lawrie 

Jeni Lehton 

Dottie Miles 
Marion Miller 



Thomas Linzee 

Linda Lippoldt 

Carlos Lopez 

Sig Lovdal 

May Lycan 

Mary Jane Miller 
Barbara Mishler 



William McBryde 

Robert McCauley 

Sandy McCranie 

T. McCullough 

D. McDonald 

James Moncrieff 
Miriam Montero 



Paul MacMahon 
Peter Maddock 
Hayden Malone 
Laurie Manning 
Bobbie March 



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David Morgan 
Kitty Morris 
Mary Ann Morris 
William Morris 
Bruce Mullin 



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SOPHOMORES 

CLASS OF 1967 



Chick Prosser 
Nina Pylkas 




Sandi Myers 
Eugene Napoli 
William Napoli 
Jo Ann Nelson 
Ruth Nemec 



Chris Rawls 
Donna Reed 




Dickie Nettles 
Peggy Neubeck 
Sharon Nicoletto 
Lawrence Olin 
Phillip Padgett 



Robert Reese 
Clair Rey 





Carleton Pain 
Joyce Parker 
Sharon Parks 
June Paula 
Rebecca Phillips 



Laurel Richard 
Janet Richardson 





Thomas Phillips 
Roy Pickering 
Roger Pierson 
Rachel Pike 
Tom Pipher 



Jann Plumer 
Craig Pooser 
Gwen Pozdena 
Mary Prichard 
Thomas Prince 



Marshall Roberts 
Billie Robinson 



Joaquin Rodriguez 
Charles Rogers 



Henry Rosenbaum 
Lois Rovell-Rixx 







Arlen Rybolt 
Nancy Ryer 
Barbara Saari 
Sergio Sanchez 
Robert Satin 
Lynn Schafer 
Bob Schavel 



Juanita Schiess 
Jo Ann Schmierer 
Alice Schneider 
Judith Seaman 
Philip Seipp 
Jeani Shaffer 
Robert Shapiro 




Carol Shearer 
Barbara Shelton 
Fred Sherburne 
Sandra Shirley 
Mary Shuchart 
Daniel Smalley 
James Smartt 



Darlene Smith 
Margaret E. Smith 
Margaret L. Smith 
Paul Sneider 
Bruce Snow 
Howard Synder 
Jacob Speicher 




John West 
William Wiggins 



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Barry Spivey 
Larry Springer 
Claire Sproul 
Kay Stacey 
Elizabeth Stanfield 



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Steven Wilkerson 
Anita Williams 



Howard Stillwell 
Frank Stubbs 
Bill Swayne 
Dorothy Tharp 
Jim Thomas 



Mary G. Wilson 
Priscilla Winn 



Kathy Thomas 
Barbara Thompson 
John Thompson 
Jo Tiffany 
Gerri Topaz 



Shirley Wood 
Diane Wright 



Laura Torres 
Ted Troxel 
Leilani Tsukano 
John Tubb 
Carolyn Tubbs 



Judith Wright 
Rebecca Wright 



Doris Tunnell 
Donald Tutt 
Mary C. Upshaw 
Claude Vann Hook 
Judy Vann 



Nancy Wutz 
Zane Yakots 



Patricia Vann 
Ramon Vega 
Gaston Vidana 
Betty Vossberg 
Chip Walker 



Gail Youmans 
Marilyn Zupsich 



Elizabeth Walker 
Donella Waller 
Katherine Warthen 
Allen Watts 
Ronald Weber 




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Terry Abel 
Joseph Adams 
Timothy Adams 
Lynne Albee 
William Albertson 
Du Allgaier 
P. Ambachtsheer 
Ben Anderson 



John Anderson 
Kati Annand 
George Archibald 
David Armbruster 
Joyce Armstrong 
Bruce Arnold 
Penny Artwohl 
Georgia Ash 



FRESHMEN -CLASS OF 1968 




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Margie Ashley 
Richard Badgley 
Terry Bain 




Gary Baker 
Candy Bangs 
Lawrence Barkett 


Neal Blackburn 
Bill Blizzard 
Elaine Blum 


Guy Batsel 
Linda Beery 
Robert Belden 


Nancy Boblitt 
Greg Bollinger 
Janice Bonial 


Peter Belknap 
Arthur Benson 
Paul Berry 


Gale Bosley 
Sandy Bowen 
Susan Bower 


Frederick Beste 
Bill Bidwell 
Frank Biggins 


Sandy Bowles 
Bruce R. Bowman 
Helen Boyd 




Bruce Bradford 
Lee Brandon 
Virginia Brendle 




Charles Brewer 
Michael Briggs 
Susan Bright 
Richard Brodbeck 
Alice Brown 
Alison Brown 
Bonnie Brown 
Charlotte Brown 



Curtis Brown 
John F. Brown 
Sheila Brunner 
Ona Burns 
John Caldwell 
Jill Carlson 
Carole Cassel 
Robert Coblin 




FRESHMEN -CLASS OF 1968 




Sue French 
Don Friedewald 
Peter Fulton 
Bruce Gabler 
Douglas Garrett 
Harver J. Gartner 
Frank Gaylord 
Marsha Gelbart 




David George 
Nancy Gilbert 
Barbara Gillespie 
Martharm Gilley 
Betsy Goldstein 
Ramon Gonzalez 
Patty Good 



Dennis Goodhue 
Kathy Grandell 
James Gray 
Ursula Green 
Burton Greene 
Judy Gregg 
Dyche Gregory 



Stan Gryskiewicz 
Sandy Guard 



Ofelia Gutierrez 
Martin Habel 




David Haman 
Marcia Hamilton 



WiHiam Hamilton 
Mary H. Harding 



Sharon Harley 
Kay Harmeling 



James Harrison 
James Hauger 
Sally Hawver 
Janet Hawkins 
George Hayes 



Joimie Hays 
Robert Hays 
David Heath 
John Heath 
John Henrie 



Joan Hensley 
Rachel Herrmann 
Elizabeth Hertner 
Joyce Hewitt 
John Hicks 



Mary Jo HUl 
Mike Hilliard 
Stephen Hobbs 
Nancy Hodges 
Cathy Hoehn 



James Holmes 
Karen House 
Kay Hubert 
Jack Hudson 
Marcia Hurst 



Jim Hussey 
Tom Hutchinson 
Thomas Ivey 
Arlene Jackson 
Margaret Jackson 



Walt Jackson 
"Trish" James 
Thomas James 
Ted Jankowski 
June Jensen 



Jimmie Johnson 
Kenneth Johnson 
Mary Lee Johnson 
Thomas Johnston 
Francine Jones 




FRESHMEN -CLASS OF 1968 



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Timothy Jones 
Elmer Jost 
Margaret Jost 
Christine Justice 
Karen Kane 



Louis Kappelmann 
John Keefe 
James Kell 
Betty Kelley 
Karen Kelly 



Karen Kelly 
Walter Kilcullen 
Becky Kolansky 
Nancy Koistra 
Elaine Koon 



George Koons 
Steven Kostrub 
"Rock" Kreider 
Annemarie Kurmholz 
Charlotte Kutz 



Sharron Laufer 
Jeflt Ledewitz 
Donald Lee 
John Leland 
Jean Lesh 



Joe Lewis 
Lana Lewis 
Barbara Lendsey 
Laurel Libscomb 
Susan Lloyd 



Ramona Long 
Roberta Love 
Donna Lundgren 
Larry Lustig 
Linda Lynn 



Joanna McCall 



David Machette 



Halo McClaren 



Sue McCIendon 



Susie McCord 



John McCuUough 



Maureen McCune 



Tom McDonald 








Dennis McNamara 
Helen McNeill 
Bonnie Maitland 
SheUa Maloy 
Kathy Mann 



Jacki Manning 
Larry Marino 
Mary H. Markley 
Mary A. Marshall 
Joyce Martin 




Ellen McGreevy 



Ray McKenney 





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Stephen Martina 



Judith Martinez 



Terry Martling 



Priscilla Marvin 



Patricia Mattingly 



George Maxwell 



Robert Mays 



Ronnie Medlock 



Mattie Menefee 



April Merriam 



Judith Metz 
Dave Metzler 
Lillian Middleton 
Doris Millen 
William Milhvard 



Margie Milner 
Donald Miller 
George Miller 
P. Montgomery 
Bill Montooth 



Harold Moore 
Dorothy Morehead 
Louise Morell 
George Morgan 
Michele Morrison 



Laurie Mossien 
Peggy Mugfor 
Robert Murch 
Harold Murphy 
Wesley Nail 



Margaret Needham 
GaO Nester 
Nan Nixon 
Pete O'Callaghan 
Maureen O'Connell 



Cissy O'Daniel 
Elaine Ogburn 
Harry Oldham 
Roberto Oliva 
Sandra Olson 





Ronald Opaleski 
Peter Pancoast 
Diane Paresi 
Susan Park 
Michael Partlow 



Beverly Paskewitz 
Joanna Patton 
Mary Patton 
Sharon Pearce 
Mary Pearson 



Carl Pedersen 
Lang Pegram 
Barbara Pelter 
Judith Pepper 
Joan Peppersack 



FRESHMEN -CLASS OF 1968 




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Mary Rowley 
David Runciman 



Carl Perino 
John Perry 
Ronald Peters 
Andrea Petersen 
Peter Petlak 



John Rupp 
Steve Rushing 




James Petrarca 
William Pettis 
Clarence Phelts 
Brant Phillippi 
Portia Polvado 



Nellaman Russman 
William Ryan 



Denise Poulos 
Marilyn Purvis 
Susan Pylkas 
Frank Quina 
Joanne Raybum 




Donna Samal 
Jack Samler 



Michael Raymond 
Robert Reves 
Michael Reichman 
Catherine Reilly 
Hilde Reno 




Sammie Sample 
Claudia Scales 



David Repass 
Joyce Rhodes 
Judy Richardson 
Sandy Richardson 
Ned Ricks 




Bill Schrotf 
Vernon Scruggs 



Dennis Ripley 
Jerry Roberts 
Wendy Robinette 
Marth Robinson 
Vicki Rock 




Bill Seddon 
Marylou Seymour 



Larry Romans 
Edward Rossi 
James Roth 
Daniel Rothwell 
Pete Rowell 




Margot Shaul 
Bill Shee 





Doug Short 
Frances Shutts 
Bob Siefert 
Charles Sipos 
Henry Skelton 
JoAnn Smith 
John Smith 



Sally Smith 
Luis Socarras 
Gene Solomon 
Greta Sorensen 
Nancy Spears 
Daryl Spradley 
Dauer Stackpole 




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Judi Starling 
Robert Stearns 
Dana Stephens 
Vivian Stewart 
Susan Stoclcer 
Thomas Stokes 
Toni Stone 



Marcia Stowell 
Paul Straube 
Jo Ann Stroud 
Linda Styles 
David Sumner 
Taich Sugimoto 
Richard Swartz 



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Herman Sylvester 
Barbara Tally 



Mary Tuxworth 
Russell Tyre 
John Valentine 
Carl Valerie 
J. Van Heywingen 



Michael Tarkoft 
Nick Tatro 



Kenneth Taylor 
Claire Telmanik 



Kathleen Thibault 
John Thompson 




Ellen Vardy 
William Vaughn 
Darlene Walkei 
Ginger Wall 
Edmond Watts 



Ed Weathers 
Rick Webb 
Pam Webster 
Ronnie Webster 
Wanda Weeber 



Richard Weimer 
John Welch 
Joanne Whisler 
Lisabeth White 
Sharon White 



Jim Whiting 
Karen Wildman 
Richard Williams 
Veda Williams 
Wm. WilUamson 



Michael Thompson 
Mike Thompson 



Janice Willis 
Wendy Woodson 
Connie Workinger 
K. Woodman 
Maurice Woodard 



Richard Thorman 
Stu Tillinghast 



Malinda Woener 
Wilma Yates 
Stefany Yakots 
Wesley Young 
Sue Youngman 



Nancy Troxler 
Jane Ellen Turner 




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Coach Berner Leads Hats To Florida 
Inter-Collegiate Conference Championship 





159 




Left to Right: Coach Ray Hussey, Denise Wall, Bert Gonzalez, Doug Parlin, Dan Coker, Pete Maddock, Brooks Reitzel, Vining Bigelow. 

STETSON RACKET SET 
NETS DECISIVE VICTORIES 

You ye been in sweat pants and 

sweat shirts for three or four long 

months hands have been too 

cold to be nimble . . . it's a Florida 

February and you exchange winter 

armor for pleated white shorts 

and a T-shirt. . . .and next comes 

the sunburn ...... the serve and 

volley boys (and girl) bounced by 

Tampa U. in March and a so-so 

season ended with victories over 

Presbyterian and Tampa. . . . 




TENNIS SCHEDULE 1965 



March 


1: 


March 


6: 


March 


10: 


March 


16: 


March 


19: 


March 


20: 


March 


24: 


March 


25: 


March 


26: 


March 


29: 


April 


8: 


April 


9: 


April 


13: 


April 


16: 


April 


21: 


April 


24: 


May 


1: 


May 


3: 



University of Florida Away 

Tampa University Home 

Florida Southern Away 

University of Kentucky Home 

Valdosta State Home 

Valdosta State Home 

University of Tennessee Home 

Cumberland College Home 

David Lipscomb College Home 

Davidson College Home 

Florida Southern Home 

Emory University Home 

Rollins College Away 

The Citadel Home 

Rollins College Home 

Florida Presbyterian Home 

Florida Presbyterian Away 

Tampa University Away 






1964-65 
RESULTS 



STETSON . . 84 Rollins 52 

STETSON . . 84 Presbyterian 66 

STETSON . . 57 Florida 90 

STETSON . . 55 Jacksonville 65 

STETSON . . 82 Wilmington 70 

STETSON . . 86 Georgetown 75 

STETSON . . 96 Tenn. Wesleyan ... 82 

STETSON . .84 Kings College 47 

STETSON . . 92 North Central 74 

STETSON . . 96 Tampa 89 

STETSON . . 78 Ga. Southern 86 

STETSON . . 77 Mercer 81 

STETSON . .99 Fla. Presbyterian . .75 

STETSON . . 88 Tampa 78 

STETSON . . 79 Ga. Southern 95 

STETSON . .73 Cumberland 71 

STETSON . .91 Fla. Southern 87 

STETSON . .65 Spring Hill 56 

STETSON . . 84 Miami 86 

STETSON.. 55 Dayton 93 

STETSON . . 63 Fla. Southern 50 

STETSON.. 78 Mercer 72 

STETSON . . 84 Miami 95 

STETSON . . 92 Rollins 70 

STETSON . . 67 Jacksonville 70 

STETSON . . 72 Jacksonville 73 




1964-65 Varsity Basketball Team: Front row, L. to R.: Wes Young, Ronnie Moore, Steve 
Buchanan, Tom Barnard, Jim Yaeger, Doug Parlin; Back row: Bobby Jenkins, Walt Kil- 
cullen. Jack Dortch, Fred Bryant, Bill Hester, Bill Clark. 



BILL "CANDY BAR" 
CLARK, Forward. 





JIM YAEGER, Guard 





BILL HESTER, Center Forward 



RONNIE MOORE, Guard 




BOBBY JENKINS, Guard 




BOBBY JENKINS, Guard-Forward 







Steve Buchanan 





The 1965 Stetson "Diamondmen" are, L. to R., Front Row: Serge Sanchez, Larry Lustig, Larry Hartsfield, Jim Thomas, John Mayer, 
Rick Webb, John McCullough. Second Row: Terry Marthng, Gary Byers, Jimmie Johnson, Jerry McCarty, Frank Guimarra, Robert 
Stearns. Marvin Metheny. Third Row: Coach Bob Weickel, Dale Massing, Craig Gruber, Dwayne Allgaier, Dan Rothwell, Rick Branan, 
Richard Schwartz, Tom Linzee. 



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1965 SCHEDULE 

March 13 Fla. Presbyterian AWAY 

March 15 Kentucky HOME 

March 19-20 Valdosta HOME 

March 22-23 Berry HOME 

March 24-25 Yale HOME 

March 26 David Lipscomb . . HOME 

March 27 Georgia Tech HOME 

March 29 Fla. Presbyterian . . HOME 
March 31-April 1 

Hampden-Sydney HOME 

April 5-6 Delaware HOME 

April 9 Jacksonville AWAY 

April 10 Jacksonville HOME 

April 16 Fla. Southern . . HOME 

April 17 Fla. Southern AWAY 

April 23 Rollins AWAY 

April 24 Rollins HOME 

April 30 Tampa AWAY 

May 1 Tampa HOME 

May 7-8 Miami AWAY 




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1965 Season Hosts See-Saw Contest for the 

President's Cup Between Sig Eps and Sigma Nu. 






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Left to Right: Ken Kincaid, Ed Mulock, Chris Garbow, Lanny Miller, Larry Hastings, Pat Kennedy, Dick Hood, Glenn Garvin, Gene White, 
Marion Moorman. President, Tom Riden, Jim Smartt. Bob Lament. 



They come to see; they come that they themselves may 
be seen. — Ovid 

INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL 



The Interfratemity Council on Stetson's campus was creat- 
ed to promote a spirit of cooperation among the fraternities, 
and to establish a better rapport between the Greek men's 
organizations, and the people of DeLand. The council acts 
as the vehicle for the interchange of ideas among the frater- 
nities and has served to strengthen the Greek system, making 
it a useful body to the campus community. 

Composed of the presidents and one representative from 
each social fraternity, the council has been coordinated this 
year by Mr. Arthur "Red" Alderman, advisor to the I.F.C. 
The council, through the medium of a disciplinary commit- 
tee composed of the fraternity presidents, ejudicates in cases 
of infractions of the rules governing the Greek system by 
member fraternities. Tom Riden, Delta Sig President, acted 
as secretary for the committee for the year. 

Greek achievement was unparalleled this year as the Delta 
Sigs ran off with a fall bowling tournament championship, 
co-sponsored a benefit bash featuring the venerable Dr. 
Feelgood and his Interns, and avoided the stigma of proba- 
tion all in one memorable year! Lambda Chi Alpha held the 
chairmanship for the Greek Week activities, pridefuUy owned 
that a brother quite admirably filled the position of President 



of the S.U.B., while another clutched the S.G.A. money bags 
in his chubby digits. 

Jeez-O-Pete! The Pikes made probation! The campus 
witnessed the revival of that silly funster the Pike fire truck 
after lo these many months of idleness. Business manager- 
ship of the Hatter was assumed by one of the brothers: you 
can't keep a good man down! 

The Pi Kapps proved no ten o'clock scholars as they came 
out on top of the academic situation. Presidencies of the 
Student Government and Omicron Delta Kappa placed them 
in the executive league, while their winning consistently at 
basketball proves them adept in the green league as well. 

The Sigma Nus entertained the rest of the campus with a 
house warming in January and then proceeded to burn up the 
athletic field, putting them in line for the President's Cup 
as the jocks most likely. 

The Sig Eps could very possibly implant the proverbial 
banana in the Sigma Nus' ear as far as athletics this year, 
having taken the Greek Week Olympics and doing a fine job 
in all sports. This Sig Eps can also boast the president of 
I.F.C, Marion Moorman, who has done an outstanding job. 

AND A GOOD TIME WAS HAD BY ALL!!!!! 



PANHELLENIC COUNCIL 

We have been friends together, in sun- 
shine and in shade. — Ladv Maxwell 



New program, new schedules, new approach, new goals 
... If the fall rushees thought they were confused they 
should have been in the shoes of the sorority women of the 
Stetson Panhellenic Council. After it was all over, everyone 
agreed that the new rush system was certainly a step in the 
right direction and the hours of planning spent by the dele- 
gates and presidents of each Greek sorority were lauded by 
all who participated in the program. Under the direction of 
Phi Mu Sandy Smith, the Stetson Panhellenic directed the 
activities of the Junior Panhellenic, sponsored the annual 
scholarship banquet and coordinated the campus events in- 
volving Greek organizations. 

While the Greek men were on their toes, the Greek women 
were not to be outdone. The Alpha Xi Deltas had one of the 
most successful years yet in practically every area of en- 
deavor. They again landed the scholarship trophy — for the 
pledges and actives no less!!! They can also be proud of 
sisters who hold the titles of Greek Goddess, Military Ball 
Queen, Homecoming Hostess, Posture Queen, Basketball 
Queen, and Miss Stetson (Jeeze!! ). 

The Tri-Delts "done good"!! After endless hours at the 
books they were awarded the most improved scholarship 
trophy — finally! Their achievements spread into other areas 
as well as shown in their success in taking the Greek Week 
Olympics and Hatter Holiday, and Glamour Magazine found 
the best-dressed girl on campus in the ranks of Tri-Delta. 

The Alpha Chis were right up on top of the executive 
world this year with several of the top positions in the re- 
spective dormitories as well as the Presidency of exec, in 




The members of Junior Panhellenic are. Left to Right. Front Row: 
Nancy Kooistra, Laurie Mossein. Linda Lynn, Terri Bain, Kathy 
Warthen, JoAnn Smith, Betsy Goldstein, Misty Krumholtz, Susan 
Schlatter. Back Row: Pat Deuell, Sally Hawver. 



theii* ranks. Their continued excellence in scholarship 
coupled with their success in having a sister crowned as Miss 
Hatter speaks well of an all-around good year. 

Aside from their accidents with the Alpha Xi ceiling the 
Pi Phis sported the President of Mortar Board, a dormitory 
presdent. Miss Stetson, and three fraternity sweethearts in 
their midst this year. 

Phi Mu can be proud of sister Mary Hues, the only Greek 
woman to be awarded a Woodrow Wilson Fellowship this 
year. Phi Mu also had a rolicking day at the Springs by tak- 
ing second place in the Hatter Holiday events. 

The Zetas were right in there at Homecoming and with 
the help of the Pi Kapps took the lawn decoration trophy. 
Zeta can also boast of Sig Ep sweetheart and the new Hatter 
Editor. 

No mention of Stetson's Panhellenic Council is complete 
without the name of Dean Etter Turner. Dean Turner has 
been a guide and example for all Greek Women and her 
efforts in improving and expanding the work of Panhellenic 
have made her an exemplary Greek woman at Stetson and 
throughout the Greek organizations. 



The representatives and presidents composing the membership of the Panhellenic Council are, Left to Right, Front Row: Toni Cara- 
meros. Linda Priddy, Caryl Giffin, Phyllis McDaniel, Brenda Ward, Sarah Ashcraft, Tana Brown, Suzanne Fletcher. Back Row: Patty 
Paulk, Nancy Wands, Margaret Jones, Brenda Bramlett, Gwen Knight, Sandy Liddy, Jeanne Mazur, President Sandy Smith, Kathy 
Warthen, Donna Dericks. 




ALPHA XI DELTA SORORITY 




SARAH ASHCRAFT 
President 




Tana Brown 
Judy Brownson 
Joanne Cheshire 



Linda Cline 
Nancy Combs 
Nancy Crable 



Robin Dennison 
Linda Eggeman 
Sharon Estes 



Caryl Giffin 
Gail Gordan 
Kathy Grandell 



Linda Gregory 
Linda Guenther 
Jonnie Hays 



Karen Horn 
Margaret Jackson 
Prissy Jones 



Hunt Jordan 
Lana Jane Lewis 
Linda Lynn 



Susan McCord 
Leanne McGinnis 
Sandy Melton 



Margaret Milner 
Dickie Nettles 
Mary Patton 



Barbara Pelter 
Mary Prichard 
Nina Pylkas 





























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"And they told me that being a sorority girl 
was all fun .... and this is supposed to be fun? 



Alpha Xi's Kevin Davis seems pleasantly surprised 
at her selection as first runner-up to Miss Stetson. 



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Susan Pylkas 
Marilyn Raynal 
Wendy Robinette 
Carole Rutan 
Darlene Smith 
Francene Smith 



Margaret Smith 
Kay Stacey 
Judy Starling 
Anne Stephens 
Mary Shuchart 
Paula Tondee 




"Now girls, we can all get in step if we try!! 





Alpha Xi president Sandy Melton accepts the scholarship trophy — It looks The "Alfalfa Alpha's" swing for the Home- 
as if it is becoming a yearly habit. coming Hootenanny. 



Cline Baby . . . How 'bout it! . . . all pledges out in the hall! . . . What's 
the matter with the clock? ... I get the couch! . . . PURE SEX . . . tweedy 
. . . Cool but not too cool, casual but not too casual . . . We need a pledge 
to wash dishes! . . . Chipmunk Giffin . . . Sssssssssssssss . . . Could we 
have two volunteers? . . . Sign on this piece of paper . . . Definitely in this 
year . . . The Strippers ... I get the "prettiest" . . . Alpha, Hey! 



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PATTY PAULK 

President 






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Girls ... It reeks . . . Do 
it, bod!! . . . Utterly cool 
... He grossed me out . . . 
No big thing . . . Awright! . . 
. . Tuff enuff . . . Why not? 
. . . Hey, babes . . . Doll . . 

. . She's out of it 

totally chilled . . . Look 
sweetie . . . funniest thing 
... I crave it . . . nice 
talk . . . I'm going for it 
. . . basically ... it don't 
get it . . . she's got boo- 
coos of !!!! . . . 




Merilyn Albritton 
Joyce Armstrong 



Terry Bain 
Denise Barola 



Jo Barringer 
Lucretia Cain 



Barbara Chapman 
Gail Chors 



Ruth Colvard 
Sherry Cox 



Joyce Deaton 
Jennie Dekle 



Camille Dillard 
Kathy Edwards 














Diane Eubanks 
Alice Field 
Mary Gilley 
Ginny Gutman 
Janet Hawkins 
Carol Hooker 



June Jensen 
Mary Lee Johnson 
Kathy Kentner 
Carolyn Lady 
Judy Metz 
Dottie Miles 



Gwen Mulliniks 
Jan Orians 
Patty Paulk 
Becky Phillips 
Linda Priddy 
Carol Robb 




Dear Mother, 

Wish you could meet all of my lovely new sorority sisters. 





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Sidewalk surfin' A chi O style! 




Arlyn Rybolt 
Margot Shaul 



Carol Shearer 
Joann Smith 



Liz Stanfield 
Anne Swope 



Barbara Thompson 
Jane Turner 



Mary Tuxworth 
Karen Wildman 











Anita Williams ^' '~1W 

Linda Woofter '•'^ / 



Judith Wright 
Tina Young 







DELTA DELTA DELTA SORORITY 




MARGARET JONES 
President 







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Kathy Aldrich 
Joy Anderson 
Sue Arvanitis 
Jane Beach 



Janice Bonial 
Lee Brandon 
Mary Llew Browne 
Toni Carameros 



Jill Carlson 
Clara Cox 
Donna Derriclis 
Brenda Dickens 



Sharon Drinkard 
Suzanne Farrington i 

Nancy Gilbert -•• 

Pat Good 




If the Tri-Diddly's mess it up, they clean it up! 





Joyce Hewitt 
Margaret Jones 
Gloria Kegley 
Terri Jo Kennedy 



Susan Lloyd 
Laurie Manning 
Mary Markley 
Marion Miller 



"But Mrs. Jackson, Stetson's different . . . Boom-de-a- 
da . . . Nurd corner . . . "21!! — Gads" . . . "Let a 
pledge do it — we've got plenty" . . . Delta Stomp . . . 
"But Finney, I simply can't make it today" . . . Sapp's 
serenade . . . "We can't afford it, it's not in the budget" 
... "I just don't like to be pushed so I jumped!" . . . 
"Get with it, Hewitt" . . . Hey, look, the rug stands up 
now!!! . . . "Sarah Ida who?" . . . "Even if she was loud 
she wouldn't fit in" . . . Emmy's anemic pine tree . . . 
Most improved scholarship trophy . . . the beautiful 
"Green Grunt" ... Six parties in two days . . . But she's 
got three dots!!! . . . Whatever Lola wants . . . Pledge 
Little do that dirty dance . . . Alpha Delta one time . . . 
"How do they do it at Brenau, Gloria?" . . . Dericks and 
Finney are at it again . . . Come on Maggot, please sing 
the Pearl Song . . . And you know we bob for pearls! 
. . . Our glamour girl Toni . . . That's sisterhood for 
ya . . . T.J. and the new, yellow bathroom rug . . . DDD 
pledges + paint + Sigma Nu snake = huge H^O fight 
. . . "You may think tigers are all in the zoo BUT!!! 
. . . "If her Trident's at an angle of 90 degrees . . . 
Intramural Volleyball Champs . . . Well Hi there Hazel 
Horton . . . DDD is DDD, No other sorority can make 
that statement!!! 





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Laurie Mossien 
Nan Nixon 



Joanna Patton 
S- ^ Jann Plumer 



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Donna Reed 
Joyce Rhodes 



Bev. Finey Richards 
Lynn Schafer 





Frances Shutts 
Judy Swanson 




Welcome to Tea House of the August Tri-Delts, Ah so! 



So its April and you haven't gone active yet . . . quit gripping and keep singing 
your pledge song . . . "My little pledge pin, it keeps me free from sin." 






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Kaye Allen Wilson 
Sue Youngman 





PI BETA PHI SORORITY 




SANDY LIDDY 
President 





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Me for — Pi for — Beta Phi for!!! . . . "Big Mama Ballard" 
. . . Mouth the words, Bangs! . . . Prissy . . . O.K., who left 
metrecal and olives in the refrigerator? . . . Well girls, my 
husband said . . . But she's my very best friend! . . . Yes, I 
always wear my sunglasses ... If you don't come and visit 
me . . . No, we're not kidding, the trophy is for singing . . . 
This is a retreat? . . . Hey, "Liddy-bird" . . . Donna and her 
Mortar Board . . . Teresa runs Emily Hall you know . . . 
But you get a gold star if you play . . . On the floor pledge 
. . . He's an arrow-man . . . Y'all, this isn't funny! . . . Sure 
we're athletic! . . . Arrowtips . . . The curtain fell again . . . 
Ginger — etiquette — smoking?? . . . We are Pi Phi's aU!!! 







Leslie Alexander i 
Karan Anderson 



Kim Ballard 
Candy Bangs 



Ginger Barnett 
Julie Brannam 



Susan Chickering 
Sarah Cole 



Donna DoUens 
Selby Edwards 



Dianne Evans 
Jeannette Ferrell 



Connie Fleishel 
Suzanne Fletcher 



Diane Gussman 
Pat Harrell 



Kathy Huff 
Margaret Jost 


















Who's idea was it to keep the boys out anyhow! ! ! 




Karen Kane 
Gwen Knight 
Sandy Liddy 
Linda Lippoldt 
Dottie McDonald 
Kathy Mann 
Judy Moore 
Cindy Morris 




PHI MU SORORITY 





20 pledge points . . . Ronoh . . . Carnation Girl 
. . . Can in your handle . . . Oh pooh!!! . . . Pledge! 
. . . Where Ya' from and what's your major? .... 
Bushie . . . Cleaning chart . . . The Magic Mustic 
. . . There's a wrinkle in the rug . . . Where are the 
refreshments? . . . Wheel award . . . Jeanne said that 
Johnny said . . . Surprise! Senior Breakfast! .... 
Baby Benny . . . Who'd like to claim this $4.75 phone 
call? . . . Greenie ... Be serious ... To lend to 
those . . . Les Soueres Fideles ... A mouse in our 
house . . . You can only vote once, Girls . . . Man of 
the year, Bill Francisco . . . But I don't want to 
play ping pong Saturday night 









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t Jeannette Francis 
Betsy Goldstein 



Mary Herbst 
Mary Hudgins 







Jenesy Jensen 
Margaret Jones 



Bonnie Knights 
Misty Krumholz 



Charlotte Kutz 
Maureen McCune 



Mary Anne Marshall 
Jeanne Mazur 








Diana Norton 
Gwen Pozdena 



Lois Rovell-Rixx 
Virginia Schibanoff 



Sandy Smith 
Vivian Stewart 



Karen Thibault 
Arlene Vail 



Judy vanHeyningen 
Pat Vann 








Nancy Wands 
Betsy Whelan 









ZETA TAU ALPHA SORORITY 





PHYLLIS McDANIELS, 
President 




Joyce Ashley 
Randi Bishop 
Sandy Christian 
Betty Cole 



Patti Dansyear 
Mary Demirgian 
Pat Deuell 
Brenda Durham 



Sharon Elkins 
Roberta Flippo 
Carol French 
Kay Harmeling 



Coach Lanny Miller, though a tad dubious of women mixed with 
basketball, takes a quick breather with the Zetas to discuss strategy. 





It's a ZTA — Pi Kappa Phi winner 



Zetas Nancy, Bobbi, Sanimie and Kathy muse over 

the possibilities of another year of athletic success. '^ 





The many faces of a ZTA. 















Nancy Hodges 
Stevie Hoven 
Gail Jordan 



Nancy Kooistra 
Ramona Long 
Barbara MacGill 



Sue McClendon 
Glynnis McHarque 
Bobbie March 




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-; A Maryann Morris 

Laura Nawotka 



Rachel Pike 
Sandy Richardson 
Barbara Saari 



Sammie Sample 
Sandy Shirley 
Laura Torres 



Carolyn Tubbs 
Brand a Ward 
Kathy Warthen 





. . . Wedding bells in Fort Lauderdale . . . Have you turned in your 
study sheet? . . . Scholarship, scholarship, Elkins!! . . . Would 
anyone like to go on an Easter egg hunt: . . . New kind of animal!! 
a red-headed house chairman ... if anyone knows where the hall 
rug is . . . the sad farewell of Abraham . . . love those somemores 
. . . Bishop, an active? . . . Lanny, the King . . . what's wrong with 
a red rug? ... All right! Pi Kapps and Homecoming . . . You have 
to hand it to little Mata Hari . . . Phoo's our leader . . . it's England 
for three . . . What a schleneister year! ! ! ! 



The Goddess Thespis is honored at the annual Zeta formal 
party to explain the more serious aspects of Zeta life. 



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Wacket ... set the pace . . . take a break . . . Can't see it 
in my schedule . . . O.K., Hamp! . . . Helen forever . . . 
boss . . . turn left. Henry . . . Don't poosh me . . . Raginaw 
... no news this week! . . . Beer here . . . Smart's out of 
uniform . . . HEEEEEEEY! ... We really care! . . . Let's 
attack the plant . . . how many quail in a covey? . . . Hey 
Dee, can I go out with the boys? . . . Beware of the Arc! 
. . . Meat loaf and a double — , Wally! . . . Quiet, Nose! 
. . . You wrote on my board . . . Gottcha! ... I want to 
be a leader . . . Who's a dirty old man????? 



Robert Satin 
Bob Shapiro 
Robert Siefert 
James Smart 
Gene Solomon 



Gerry Studier 
Mike Thompson 
Stu Tillinghast 
Edward Tribble 
Rick Zeller 




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LAMBDA CHI ALPHA FRATERNITY 




ALLEN DICKEY 
President 





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We're just checking ID's miss! 



Pledge paddles hang at attention for many memories. 



Terry Abel 
W. Albertson 
Lawrence Barkett 



Robert M. Barnes 
Squire Barrett 
Jim Bickelhaupt 



Bill Bidwell 
Neal Blackburn 
John Bohmfalk 



Bruce Bowman 
Frank Carter 
Wayne Coulter 



John Davis 
Stephen Davis 
Allen Dickey 



William Duley 
Mike Egan 
Chico Fernandez 




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Cresant Girl, Zane Yakots 





Take the bridge Carter . . . mad 
thumper . . . Candy . . . King Mutt 
. . . Haystack . . . sand dunes . . . 
"R.O." . . . "Beast a beast a mighty 
mo, get bent!!!" ... I ain't be- 
lievin' it! . . . "Kee-ya!" . . . never 
was heard a discouraging word . . . 
Unc . . . blow lunch much . . . 
Raina . . . Cobra . . . Horace and 
Sammie . . . Dirty . . . Raw . . . 
HORSESHoe . . . Thunder . . . 
Lambda-Mams . . . Butterball . . . 
"K.D." . . . Pledge Reed, hang on 
to that paddle!!! . . . Delta Pi = 
distinguished pledge . . . dumb 
pledge ... the best victory of all 
was losing to the Indies 



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Larry Pierce 
Dennis Ripley 



Dan Rothwell 
Phelps Salter 



Jack Samler 
Bill Schneider 



Phil Seipp 
Doug Short 



Dick Shuford 
Howard Snyder 



Gardner Soule 
Barry Spivey 



Paul Storm 
Bill Swayne 



Tim Thompson 
Tom Thornton 



Tony Tussing 
Don Tutt 



Phil Wagner 
John Welch 




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PI KAPPA ALPHA FRATERNITY 

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DICK HOOD 

President 





Welcome, Pi K A style 




John Anderson 
Richard Baksa 




Don Friedenwald 
Pete Fulton 






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Tim Owen 
Ron Medlock 
George Maxwell 
Steve Martina 



Roger Maas 
Dennis McNamara 
Dave Metzler 
Rock Kreider 





My Red Ball Jets 



Ralph!! . . . you silly Funster .... matters 

four feet and glassy Lurch 

Cheaters 5 Squirrel Load! 

Headsy-Poo Don't bet the ranch on it 

Thay Fellath! You're out of your 

tree ten-four Tri-pod 

Beaver and Borneo Surfin Buffalo, Bison 

on the Deep Peep!!! Jeez-O-Pete! 

Hi, How's your mother? Surfin' 

Horror Show .... 6' and undulating .... dis- 
cretion!!! .... Armadillos anyone .... Beat it! 



Suzanne Fletcher, Pi 
Kappa Alpha Dreamgirl. 




Richard Kohn 
Charles Palmer 



Pete Pancoast 
Mike Partlow 



John Perry 
Roger Pierson 



Tom Prince 
Rob Reynolds 



Ed Sanders 
Rick Sherborne 



Ron Solomon 
Bill Stark 



Jim Steven 
John Thompson 



PI KAPPA PHI FRATERNITY 




ED MULOCK 

President 




Mike Abels 
Joel Bagnal 
Joe Beavo 
Alden Behrens 



Rob Belden 
Kurt Bendel 
Joe Biber 
Bill Blizzard 



Rick Branan 
John Brown 
Steve Buchanan 
Chuck Bugg 



Roger Burns 
Phil Collins 
Jack Crosby 
Jack Dawson 



Nestor DeArmas 
Ken Densmore 
Hank Dolive 
Bob Eslinger 



Doug Fogle 
Bruce Gabler 
Chris Garbow 
Richard Ginn 



John Haire 
Gene Harrison 
Bruce Haulman 
Don Heinze 



Steve High 
Ray lannucci 
Don Jackson 
Tom James 



Jeff Jones 
Elmer Jost 
Ken Kincaid 
Doug Lain 




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Bob Lankford 

Mike Lawrence "" '«»« 

John Mayer 

Buddy Moore 

Bill Morris 



Richard Nunez 
Ian Patterson 
Jeff Pattinson 
Pete Rowell 
Bill Ryan 



Skip Rupp 
Steve Rushing 
Frank Shelton 
Bob Snowden 
Dave Sumner 



Jim Thompson 
Rick Traut 
Gary Tyson 
Bing Vick 
Steve Wilkerson 








SIGMA NU FRATERNITY 




JIM CHAPLIN 
President 





Beastie, Beastie, Mighty Mo . . . quit buggin' me Alderman 
... if you don't play to win, why keep score? ... A record 
player without a volume control ... all this and me without 
my marshniallows . . . five to one is even odds . . . best 
behaved pledges on campus ... all night pool games . . . 
what do you mean who won? Did we play? . . . open air 
chapter meetings . . . check firearms at the bar . . . New 
Sigma Nu doll: wind it up and it runs out of the house with 
all its clothes on . . . Burning desire!!!! 

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Jim Chaplin 
Bill Clark 
Pete Cornwall 
Doug Dawson 
Chuck Dillman 



Elliott Dunwody 
Wayne Ellis 
Leon Fowler 
Joe Garner 
Tim Gaskill 



Frank Gaylord 
Dyche Gregory 
Craig Gruber 
Dick Holifield 
Jack Hudson 



Tom Hutchinson 
Kevin Jones 
John Keefe 
George Koons 
Don Lee 



Paul MacMahon 
John McCullough 
T. McCoUough 
Paul Martling 
Sam Nelson 



Jim Parker 
Bobby Reese 
Larry Riesbeck 
Jim Roach 
Marshall Roberts 




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"Just keep smiling Vonnie and maybe it will go away! 




Serge Sanchez 
Hank Speicher 
Daryl Spradley 



Dauer Stackpole 
Bill Stone 
Jim Thomas 



Ted Troxel 
Bob Tyre 
Stan Wallace 




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Linda Guenther, 
Sigma Nu Sweetheart 



Mike Watkins 
Rick Webb 
Jim Welch 
Phil Wells 



Gene White 
Grover Wilkins 
Bob Williams 
Jim Yaeger 





Ride the wild surf the White way 



"So this is the way the fire started!' 



SIGMA PHI EPSILON FRATERNITY 




LARRY SMITH 

President 





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Charles Ackerman 
Robert Albrecht 
Adrian Bambini 
Dave Bena 
Frederick Beste 



Vining Bigelow 
Paul Bremer 
Charles Brewer 
Tom Brownfield 
Mike CauUey 



David Casey 
Dick Childs 
Ed "Candy" Cregar 
John Crowther 
Richard Damron 





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James Day 

Sandy Edinger 



Robert Foulds 
Ralph Hampton 



Les Hargrave 
Larry Hastings 



George Hayes 
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Wayne Hebden 
John Hicks 
Bob Hughes 
Eldyn Ingerick 
Jim Ingersoll 
Bob Joiner 



Peter Kaunitz 
Tom Lokey 
Randy Lyle 
Don Mason 
Marvin Metheny 
John Mikkelsen 



Lanny Miller 
Ray Milier 
Bill Moore 
Marion Moorman 
Bob Opaleski 
Gary Ostrom 



Steve Petersen 
Peter Petlak 
Jan Roberts 
Bill Schroff 
Bill Shee 
Larry Smith 



Bill Stillwell 
David Taylor 
Randall Thomas 
Ed Weathers 
David Weippert 
John West 



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Organizations 




STUDENT GOVERNMENT 
ASSOCIATION 

Everything is simpler than you think and more 
complex than you can imagine. Goethe 

Left to Right: Ted Brousseau, Charlotte Kutz, Steve Busey, Claire Telmanik, 
Tony Tussing, Mr. Ralph Hughes, Lane Burnett, Dr. Edward Holmes, Fred de 
Armas, Dwight Geiger. 



Left to Right: Sandra Lucas, Robert Johnson, Bonnie Moffat, 
Nancy Prichard, Lynn Gardner, Tom Henry. 





The Student Government is organized for the purpose of promoting 
responsible, purposeful, and eflfective student leadership, performing 
services for the student body, expressing student opinions and linking 
communication between the administration and the students. The Stu- 
dent Government has worked hard this year to further these aims. 
Many innovations have come about in 1965. The structure and effec- 
tiveness of Student Government has been improved by the addition of 
statutes to the constitution. These statutes contain election and senate 
procedures, traffic regulations, provisions for the establishment of a 
student cabinet, and a curriculum evaluation council. Student Govern- 
ment has recently presented to the student body a projection of a newly 
proposed Honor System. 

Such traditional projects as Spring and Fall Concerts, Green Feather, 
Homecoming, Hatter HoUday, and Parents Week-end also met with 
unsual success. 



Left to Right: Bill Schroff, Dr. William Taylor, Sandy Hardy, Richard Ginn, Fred 
de Armas, Dick Shuford, Steve Wilkerson. 



Left to Right: Jeanne Mazur, Bonnie Moffat, Mr. Fred 
Messersmith. 



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Left to Right: Tom Pipher, Leanne McGinnis, Dickie Nettles, Jill Nunez, Francene Smith, Marilyn Raynal. Mr. Richard 
Feasel, Jim Richter. Second Row: Lynn PuUen, Terri Jo Kennedy, Kay Stacey, Dean Etter Turner. Third Row: Janet 
Lyon, Mary Llew Browne, Gail Cohrs, Randy Nimnicht, Mr. Dick Thirlwell, Pete Hogue. 



Top fo Bottom: Steve Busey. Dick Shuford, Sandy Hardy, 
Carol Taylor, Richard Dowling, Jay Mechling. 



Lett to Right, Front Row: Richard Ginn, Fred 
de Armas, Tom Hendry, Jeff Pattinson, Steve Busey, 
Kathy Warthen. Left to Right, Rear Row: Richard 
Dowling. Sandy Hardy, Bonnie Moffat, Tony Hopper. 






Left to Right: Mike Egan, Zane Yakots, Paul Martin, Don Tutt, Linda Woofter, Dave Morgan, 
Jim Richter. 



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Anonymous 



Recognizing the need for a center of social, cultural, and recrea- 
tional activities, the Student Union Board endeavors to present 
these to the campus community through its facilities. Plans of the 
Board are made by its members who are representatives from the 
campus at large. Working together for the benefit of all, the group 
has far exceeded their intended goals. 



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Mr. Gary Meadows, Advisor 



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Left to Right: Bob Kayser, Bob Tardiff, Pete O'Callaghan. Marcos Lorenzo, Eddy Culver, 
John Smith. 



MEN^S DORM COUNCIL WOMEN'S EXECUTIVE COUNCIL 



To plan the plans is oh so grand. 
Lenard Gillen 

The Men's Dorm Council is made up of one member 
from each dormitory. These representatives serve as a dis- 
ciplinary court for dormitory problems and conduct social 
affairs, such as open houses, parties, and an annual Christ- 
mas party for visitors and the residents of the dorms. Mem- 
bers are elected each semester by the residents of each 
respective men's dormitory. 



Not to make the laws but to interpret 
them. Harvard Review 

The Women's Executive Council, made up of elected 
representatives from the student body, has as its high goal 
the fair and unbiased interpretation of the rules governing 
the women students of the university. Their work with the 
new Senior Key privilege has given the women on the campus 
a greater sense of responsibility as well as increased pride in 
their system of self-government. 



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MEN^S COUNCIL 

"With all things in common . . . the laws 
must be balanced." 

Felix Frankfurter 

Founded in 1950, the Men's Council serves as a link be- 
tween the University men and the administration, and strives 
to develop a sense of responsibility and a high standard of 
conduct in every Stetson gentleman. The Men's Council 
reviews all violations of men's conduct rules and regulations 
and recommends appropriate action to the Dean of Men. 
Men's Council consists of twelve members: three sopho- 
mores, four juniors, and five seniors. 



Left to Right: Carol Robb. Judy Anderson, Darlene 
Smith, Judy Swanson, Jennie Dekie, Donna DoUens, 
Janet Lyon. 




Left to Right: Bob hsimger. lorn Rideii. Jim Ingersoll, Dick Mayer, Larry Smith, Serge Sanchez. Joe Garner, Doug McKittrick, Bill Morris. 




WOMEN'S DORMITORY COUNCILS 



STETSON HALL, Left to Right: Juanita Schiess, Annette Mor- 
ris, Jeannette Francis, Judy Anderson, Nancy Wutz, Mrs. Hol- 
brook. 



EMILY HALL, Left to Right: Zane Yakots, 
Diana Norton, Gwen Knight, Betsy Snod- 
grass, Joy Anderson, Nancy Wands, Teresa 
Singley. 








CHAUDOIN HALL, Left to Right, Seated: Robin Merriam, Terri Jo Ken- 
nedy, Jo Barringer, Carol Shearer, Pat Vann. Standing: Addie Conklin, 
Jennie Dekle, Diane Doubleday, Carol Hooker. 



STETSON HALL, Lett to Right, Seated: Sara Ashcraft, Judy Brown- 
son, Kathey Warthen, Judy Wright, Randi Bishop, Carol Rutan. Left 
to Right, Standing: Cissy Harris, Jann Plumer, Prissy Jones, Mrs. 
Ferns, Leslie Alexander. 




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Left to Right, Seated: Arthur "Red" Alderman. Gerald Bottomley, Wayne Coulter, Michael Lawrence, Standing: Jack Dawson, Jim Bickelhaupt, 
Dan Hale, Buddy Kirk. 



RESIDENT ADVISORS 



Only accept that counsel which comes from, another's 
own experiences. Rousseau 

Those university men selected to serve as Resident Advisors 
are chosen by the two head residents and the Dean of Men. They 
are to act as supervisors of dormitory Ufe and are responsible 
for their respective areas in each dorm. 

If a boy should need advice regarding his academic schedule, 
a personal problem or any other matter which he would care to 
discuss with someone other than a faculty member, his resident 
advisor is the man who is there to see that he receives the 
assistance needed. 



David Lavoy, 
Columnist 




Gary Ostrom, 
Editor-in-Chief 



STETSON REPORTER 

". . . whence . . . comes the magical word NEWS!" 




Howard Snyder, 
Business Manager 




Victor Reasoner, 
Columnist 



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Bill Seddon, 
Sports Editor 



Tony Tussing, 
Columnist 




Art Skibbe, 
News Editor 




Bob Snowden, 
Circulation 




Gloria Hunter, 
Columnist 





Joan Shubella, 
Columns Editor 




1965 HATTER STAFF 



Beverley Finney Richards 
Editor-in-Chief 




Michael H. Upp 
Copy Editor 



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Non factum hue persecutus ignem. Anonymous 




Frank deMiranda 
Organizations Editor 



Joel Bagnal 
Layout Editor 



Ken Claussen 
Business Manager 




HATTER 




Marsha Gelbert 
Classes 



Jenny Schibanoff 
Typist 





Linda Styles 
Classes 




Brian Svikhart, 
Art Director 

THE STETSON REVIEW 

The poet's pen . . . gives to airy nothing a 
local habitation and a name. 

Shakespeare 

More than a literary magazine, greater than a volume of 
student art, graphics, photography, prose, poetry, or drama, 
the Stetson Review attempts to relate the cultural expressions 
of a college generation. The introduction of foreign language 
poetry, a fresh format and an expanded photography section, 
along with the intent of making "every page a picture" has 
insured that the 1965 Review has become the confluence of 
Stetson's creative awareness. 




David MacFarland, 
Editor 



Left to Right, standing: Carol Robb, Gail Brockett, David MacFarland, Fred de Armas, Barbara Gillespie, Brian Svikhart. Seated: Sandy Lucas, Judy 
Pepper, Addie Conklin. 




Members of the Publication Board are. Left to Right: David MacFarland, David Stacy, Dean Etter Turner, Ken Claussen, Bruce Haulman, Bev 
Richards, Dr. Ann Morris, Dr. Ethel Colbrunn, Mr. Fluker Stewart, Howard Snyder, Sam Gladding, and Gary Ostrom. 



PUBLICATIONS BOARD 

Longer than deeds liveth the word. 

Pindar 

The editors and business managers of the various campus 
publications strive to insure that campus journalism will ful- 
fill the needs and desires of the entire university community. 
Elections for positions on publications and discussions of 
editorial policy are handled by this board. The endeavors 
of the Publications Board also extend into the area of fos- 
tering interest in campus journalism. 



SIGMA PI KAPPA 

What is the use of brevity if it constitute 
a hook? Martial 

Membership in Sigma Pi Kappa is offered to those students 
who have shown, by their efforts in journalism, that they are 
actively interested in the merit and future of Stetson's publi- 
cations. This organization initiated a new approach to the 
elections for positions on campus publications in an attempt 
to familiarize the student body with their functions and goals 
and to encourage broader participation in campus joumahsm. 



The members of Sigma Pi Kappa are. Left to Right: Mr. Fluker Stewart, Dean Etter Turner, David MacFarland. Dr. Ethel 
Colbrunn, Dr. Ann Morris, Sam Gladding, Bev Richards and Howard Snyder. Not pictured: Pres., Gary Ostrom; Sec, 
Penny Hook; Treas., Carol Robb; Sandy Christian, Art Skibbe, Richard Karberg, Michael Upp. 





Lett to Right: Joe Garner, Gene White, Ken Steele, Bing Vick, Steve Busey, James Thompson, Bill Schneider, 
Bob Eslinger, Larry Pierce. 



GREEN CIRCLE 

And love of truth and all that makes a man. 
Alfred Lord Tennyson 

Organized in the Spring of 1959, Green Circle, sponsored by 
Omicron Delta Kappa, is an honorary for the recognition of 
sophomore men who excel in scholarship and leadership. 
Green Circle places emphasis upon the development of the 
whole man, both as a present member of the Stetson com- 
munity and as a prospective contributor to a better society. 



TASSEL 

Men have sight, women have insight. 
Victor Hugo 

Tassel members are selected by Mortar Board each year on 
the basis of leadership potential, high character, and a high 
scholastic average. 

Tassel sponsors the regional parties during Orientation Week, 
and assists the Admissions Office in the Spring. Members of 
Tassel offer services at Homecoming and Parent's Weekend. 



Left to Right, Front Row: Jill Nunez, Caryl Giffin. Second Row: Gwen Knight, Sarah Ashcraft, Sandra Lucas, 
Kaye Wachsmuth, Betsy Snodgrass. Third Row: Barbara Pagan, Gail Gordan, Jennie Dekle, Sandy Hardy, 
Diane Doubleday, Janet Lyon. 





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Achievernerit and leadership are the two qualities 
of Omicron Delta Kappa which exemplify the 
organization of highest honor for men on Stetson's 
campus. Members must have a high scholastic 
average plus qualities of outstanding leadership 
in one of the many areas of campus life. 



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Left to Right, seated: Tom Hanley, Mr. Ralph Hughes. Left to Right, seated: Al Barrett, Carol Hansen, Liz Moran. Marilyn Zupsich, 
Francene Smith, Violet Hicks, Ginny Gutman, Demetrios Moschandreas, Mary Bues. Left to Right, standing: Stan Wallace, Nancy Crable, 
Diane Doubleday, Mr. Glen Raffensperger. 



KAPPA MU EPSILON 

But we have proved it, and we know it to be 
true. Anonymous 

Florida Alpha Chapter of Kappa Mu Epsilon, Stetson's 
mathematics honorary, was established in 1960. It is com- 
posed of student and faculty members who are outstanding 
in the field of mathematics. Its objectives are to further 
interest in, develop an appreciation of, and familiarize mem- 
bers with new developments in mathematics. 



GAMMA MU EPSILON 

So many a million of ages have gone to the mak- 
ing of man. Tennyson 

Initiated to the study of a wider knowledge of the earth and 
its place in the universe. Gamma Mu Epsilon works with 
forthright diligence. Gamma Mu Epsilon was established 
with these goals and also to give geography majors at Stetson 
a focal point for their studies. 




Left to Right: Dave Stacey, Dr. Robert Chauvin, Mary Curtis Upshaw, Carol Vanderwall, 
Steve Cole, Jerry Vincent, Robert Johnson, Fred de Armas, Sherry Wheeler. 



SIGMA DELTA PI 

Speak the truth and shame the devil 

Cervantes 

To foster friendly relations and a cooperative spirit between 
the Spanish and English-speaking peoples: Sigma Delta Pi 
was initiated to dissiminate these goals. Sigma Delta Pi on 
Stetson's campus strives to contribute knowledge and insight 
into the Spanish cultural influence in the western world. 



BETA ALPHA SIGMA 

. . . for a nation whose government is influenced 
by shopkeepers. 

Adam Smith 




Left to Right: Fred de Armas, Nancy Smith, Patty Ann Hall, Jill 

Nunez, Jeffrey Higgins, Richard Knapp. 



To coordinate the interest of Stetson School of Business 
and to provide a common meeting ground for business 
majors. Beta Alpha Sigma has worked diligently for many 
years. The letters of the fraternity stand for Business At 
Stetson. With the building of a new School of Business, Beta 
Alpha Sigma will endeavor to expand and grow as does the 
school. 



Left to Right: Phelps Salter. Jim Bickelhaupt, Bob Wells, Tony Hopper, Richard Greenwood, Jim Parker. Ramon Vega, David Russell, Jim 
Richter, Robin Reynolds, Juan Barroso, Howard Snyder. 





PI KAPPA DELTA 

"Men are never so likely to settle a question rightly 

as when they discuss it freely." 

T. B. Macaulay 



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Left to Right, Front Row: Dorit Kraus. Dr. Elmer Prichard. Baiba Auscinch, Mary McEniry, Miss Jane Kantz, Miss Dorothy 
Fuller, Annette Morris, Joe Beavo, Kaye Wachmuth. Left to Right, Second Row: Violet Hicks, Sandy Beasley, Mike Mabry, 
Dr. Keith Hansen, John Turner, Mr. Fred Clark, Kay Stacey. 



BETA BETA BETA 

Things are more simple than you think and 
more complex than you can understand. 

Goethe 

Beta Beta Beta is a society for the students of tlie biologi- 
cal sciences. Affiliated with the American Society for the 
Advancement of Science, Tri-Beta encourages scholarship, 
seeks the dissemination of scientific knowledge, and promotes 
biological research. 



KAPPA DELTA PI 

Evidence and truth are of no avail unless they 
can be adequately presented and learned. 

Felix Frankfurter 

Kappa Delta Pi, the national honor society in education, 
promotes excellence in education by its adherence to the 
ideals of knowledge, beauty, toil, and power. The society 
provides educational opportunities for others by having its 
published material used in Internship Seminars. 



Left to Right, Front Group: Gwen Knight, Major James Henderson, Anne Stevens. Left to Right, Second Group: Sandy 
Christian, Donna Dollens, Janet Lyon, Dr. Ray V. Sowers. Left to Right, Rear Group: Jane Greenlaw, Barbara Chapman, 
Dr. John Tubbs, Caryl Giffin, Susan Smedley, Mr. Ken Phillips. 




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Left to Right: Linda Gregory Hawes, Violet Hicks, Dr. Gerald Critoph, Caryl Giffin, Sandy Hardy, Joan Tilton. 



PHI SOCIETY 

Wisdom is the gray hair unto men . . . 
Apocrypha 

Phi Society is a scholastic honorary sponsored by the fac- 
uhy members of Phi Beta Kappa. Members are chosen from 
the freshman class in the school of Liberal Arts who main- 
tain a grade point average of 2.5. Phi Society sponsors a 
Quiz Bowl annually, and holds an initiation banquet in the 
spring. 



STUDENT FLORIDA 
EDUCATION ASSOCIATION 

An ornament in prosperity, a refuge in 
adversity. Diogenes 

The SFEA, a professional organization for prospective 
teachers, is designed to aid education majors in developing 
an organization which is an integral part of state and na- 
tional educational associations. The association gains prac- 
tical experience from working on the problems of professional 
education. 




Left to Right: Nellye Russum, Mary Ann Marshall, Jeannie Shafer, Vicki Stewart, Kay Woodman, Judy Pepper, Wilma Yates, Sandy Shippey, 
Margie Ashley, Robin Merriam, June Wirsing, Gwen Knight, Carol Shearer, Jean Greenlaw, Kitty Engle, Ginny Shibinoff, Nancy Courchaine. 

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Left to Right: Barbara Gillespie, Sherry Wheeler, Violet Hicks, Dr. John Hague, Linda Gregory Hawes, All Lee, Addie Conklin. Joan Triton. 



SCROLL AND KEY 



KAPPA DELTA PI 



. . . Showed him to be the gentleman and 
scholar. Robert Burns 

The Order of Scroll and Key is a scholastic honorary com- 
prised of the upper five percent of the Junior and Senior 
classes, who have a minimum grade point average of 2.5. 
The society encourages scholarship with the idea of counting 
the enjoyment of life, in the social, physical, and spiritual 
aspects as being most important endeavors in living. 



For education is, Making Men. 

Arthur Guiterman 

Kappa Delta Pi attempts to promote a closer bond among 
students of education. It encourages scholarly achievement 
and the pursuit of worthy educational goals. Kappa Delta Pi 
was founded at the University of Illinois in 1911 and the 
Stetson chapter is one of the oldest active chapters through- 
out the United States. 



Left to Right: Donna Dollens, Maj. Richard Henderson, Sandy Charistian, Addie Conklin, Linda Marchington, Linda Gregory Hawes. 




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Roster: Chris Aaron, Glenn Bald- 
win, Rocky Campbell, Larry Clark, 
Helen Cornelieus, Charles Faisel, 
Earl Gailitz, Mary Ellen Hooker, 
Gloria Hunter, Richard Karberg, 
Jay Mechling, Gena Medrano, 
Charles Nelson, Sharon Pierce, 
Ned Ricks, Liz Rogers, Genie 
Shafer, Walt Sonnenberg, Mike 
Thompson, Mary Curtis Upshaw. 



PLAYERS GUILD 

These our actors, as I foretold, were all spirits. 

Shakespeare 

The purpose of Players Guild is to train students for 
membership into Theta Alpha Phi and to provide an active 
organization for all students interested in work in the theatre. 
The Guild sponsors lectures, experimental productions, and 
the Fine Arts Film Festival, 



THETA ALPHA PHI 

And, like this insubstantial pageant faded, leave 
not a rack behind. Shakespeare 

To increase interest, to stimulate creativity, and to foster 
achievement in the allied arts and crafts of the theatre is the 
purpose of Theta Alpha Phi, the national dramatics and 
speech honorary. Those chosen for membership have given 
many hours to the advancement of Stover Theatre. 



Left to Right: Eddie Culver, Miss Betty Mack, Dr. William Taylor, Mr. Bruce Griffiths, Meg Heflin, Mr. Walt 
Sonnenberg, Carol Taylor, Dr. Mary Louise Gehring, Dan Hale, Arm Nathan, Dr. Gerald Critoph, Liz Rogers 




KAPPA PI 



As much as heaven is visible as we have eyes to 
see. William Winten 

Kappa Pi is Stetson's national art fraternity honorary. Kappa 
Pi works to promote creative interest in art and to recog- 
nize outstanding achievement. The fraternity sponsors an 
annual sidewalk show for the campus. To learn to interpret 
color, line, and form are the goals of the art student at 
Stetson. In working towards these goals, Kappa Pi strives 
for accuracy and discipline needed to produce meaningful 
and creative art. 




Mr. Fred Messersmith and Lynn Pullen dis- 
cuss elaborate plans for a campus art project. 




Left to Right: Mr. Robert Ebendorf, Lynn Pullen, Helen Whittington, Kaye Allen Wilson. Standing: David Neal, Roxanne Huek, Mr. Louis 
Freund, Mr. Fred Messersmith, Joel Bagnal. 




Left to Right; Sitting: Mary Bues, Beverly Paskewitz, Mr. Frank Sparrow, Barbara Chapman. Sandy Minor, Judy Martinez, 
Bob Renfroe, Jackie Lanum, Penny Hook, Allan Watts, Jack Butler, Sandy Hardy. Left to Right; Standing: Bill Schneider, Mr. 
Jack Mabry, Dr. O. Layfette Walker, Bob Snowden. 



RELIGIOUS LIFE COUNCIL 

"Read, mark, learn, and inwardly digest." 
Book of Common Prayer 

The Religious Life Council consists of the presidents and 
elected representatives from the various religious organiza- 
tions on campus. Under the supervision of Mr. Jack Mabry, 
the council sponsors Religious Emphasis Week, and under- 
takes other religious connected projects during the year. 



MINISTERIAL ASSOCIATION 

"Prove all things; hold fast that which is good." 

New Testament 

Members of the Ministerial Association include those men 
and women of various denominations who are interested in 
the ministerial or Christian education fields. The Ministerial 
Association presents speakers for Vespers, as well as supply- 
ing preachers when requested. 



Left to Right: Lee McCauley, Janet Hicks, Craig Pooser, Sam Gladding, Barbara Gillespie, J. V. Hays, Bob 
Renfroe, Lang Pegram. Tom Stokes, Bill Mock, Tim Jones. John Perry. 





Left to Right: Lynn Griffin. Mr. Frank Sparrow, Sandy Minor, Paul Willenbrock 



CHRISTIAN SCIENTISTS 

As much of heaven is visible as we have eyes to 
see. Mary Baker Eddy 

The Christian Science organization endeavors to unite the 
Christian Scientists within the University community. It fur- 
ther seeks to provide those outside the faith with an oppor- 
tunity to learn about Christian Science and to cooperate with 
other student religious groups on campus in the promotion 
of inter-religious interest. 



INTERNATIONAL CLUB 

Through understanding others we make the 
world small. Anonymous 

The International Club strives to unite foreign students on 
Stetson's campus with a common bond of understanding. 
The club endeavors in their meetings to exchange cultural 
ideas, discuss international problems, and to further under- 
standing of all peoples, and their own cultures. The club was 
founded on the Stetson campus in 1964. 



Left to Right, Standing: Richard Nunez, Frank de Miranda, Juan Barroso, Ramon Vega, Ken Taylor, 
Demetrios Moschandreas, Larry Olin. Left to Right, Seated: Dr. E. C. Coolidge, Baiba Auschinch, Dr. 
John Vaughen, Miss Ethel Kinum, Gloria Creagh, Rosy Cruz, Fred de Armas, Mr. E. W. Rollins, 
Gena Medrano. 




BAPTIST STUDENT UNION 

Get wisdom, but with all the getting get understanding. 

Proverbs 




Left to Right, Seated: Diane Bethea, Boh Snowden. Linda Priddy, Paul Martin, James Thompson, Camille 
Dillard. Left to Right, Standing: Ken Steele, Barbara Chapman, Steve Wilkerson, Bing Vick, Joel Bagnal, 
Prissy Jones, Judie McGee, Mr. Jack Mabry, J. V. Hays, Lee McCauley, John Perry, Sam Gladding, Jerry 
Jackson, Mary Curtis Upshaw, Mary Glen Wilson, Sharon Estes, Linda Bird. 




FRESHMAN COUNCIL: Left to Right, Stand- 
ing: Jo Tiffany, Sam Gladding, Mary Glen Wil- 
son, Grace Kirkpatrick, Camille Dillard, Steve 
Wilkerson. Left to Right, Seated: Mary Curtis 
Upshaw, Sharon Estes. 




Left to Right, Seated: Mr. Jack Mabry, Bett\ Cole Mdr\ Glen Wilson, Sam Gladding, Jo 
Tiffany, Dan Jiale. Left to Right, Standing: Grace Kirkpatrick Steve Wilkerson. Prissy Jones, 
Linda Priddy, Diane Bethea, Ruth Colvard, Larry Hartsfield, Barbara Chapman, Lee Mc- 
Cauley, Judie McGee, Paul Martin, Bob Snowden. 



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Left to Right: Judy Gregg. Robin Dciuiison. Sarah Cole, Susan McCoid, Dolly MoreheaU, Fiancene Jones, Kathy Grandell, Caryl Griffin, 
Linda Guenther. IDiane Paresi. 



CHEERLEADERS 

And you will speed us onward with a cheer . . . 
Maurice Baring 

Stetson's cheerleaders work with greatest devotion for the 
encouragement of school spirit and enthusiasm. It takes only 
a split second to change a cheerleader's expression from joy 
to disappointment, but whatever the situation Stetson's 
cheerleaders are always caring and always ready to renew 
and encourage Stetson's teams on to winning. Stetson's cheer- 
leaders, under the leadership of Francene Smith, always mir- 
ror the uncontrollable excitement of a close game. 



Last minute reminders are exchanged by Stetson's cheer- 
leaders in the last minutes before the Homecoming bonfire. 




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Left to Right, standing: David LaVoy, Dick Shuford, Richard Ginn, Linda deValencia, Art Charlesworth, David 
Roselle, Bob Northridge, David George. Left to Right, sitting: John Miller, Kay Woodman, Mrs. C. Carter Col- 
well, Linda Beery, Addie Conklin. Jeff Pattinson, Sherrie Wheeler, Helen Miller, Willa Huff, Skip Scruggs Dr 
C. Carter Colwell, Sandy Hardy, Diane Doubleday, Bill Schneider. 



WESLEY FOUNDATION 

Do all the good you can . . . John Wesley's rule. 

A new house for the Wesley Foundation has fostered the 
introduction of a new spirit of community service throughout 
its membership. As the campus organization sponsored by 
the Methodist Church, Wesleyites have given many hours to 
the improvement and expansion of the tutoring program for 
Negro students in the DeLand area. Along with this new 
endeavor the members work with the Methodist Children's 
Home in Enterprise, and support a foster child. 



The officers of Wesley Foundation are. Left to Right: Dick Shufford, Treasurer; Richard Ginn, Board 
Representative; Linda Beery, Secretary; Bill Schneider, President; Sandy Hardy, Vice President. 




LUTHERAN STUDENTS 
ASSOCIATION 



A mighty fortress is our God. 



Martin Luther 



The Lutheran Students Association serves as a Hason be- 
tween the church and the campus life of the students. During 
the past year LSA sponsored the entire Stetson community 
Christmas program. It has also presented "Table Talks" with 
Reverend Charles Jacobson as moderator. 



PHI ALPHA THETA 




Left to Right, seated: Penny Hook, Charlotte Kutz. Left to Right, standing: 

J J Beverly Paskewitz, Misty Krumholz, Paul Blank, Nancy Courchaine, Rick 

From our studies of the past we guide and plot Knapp, Tony stone, Clnny Schibanoff, Mary Yetter, Reverend Jacobson. 

our future. 

Anonymous 



Phi Alpha Theta is the national honorary in history. Stetson's 
Alpha Zeta chapter was installed in 1942. The fraternity has 
over 215 chapters and on Stetson's campus it has a high 
percentage of faculty members. 



Left to Right, rear: Dr. Harold Schultz, Dr. Malcolm Wynn, Dr. 
T. W. Bailey, Merrilee Lipthropt, Dr. Evans Johnson, Jean Wil- 
liams, Melissa Freeland, Fred de Armas, Suzanne Sparkman, 
Sandy Hardy. 







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Left to Right, Standing: Allison Brown, Albert Thorburn, Mike Davis, Bob Alford, Bob Renfroe, Don Wilcox, Jerry Vincent, Elmer 
Jost. Left to Right, Sitting: Susie Carr, Anne Nash, Chris Aaron. 



YOUNG REPUBLICANS 

The arts of power and minion are the same in 
all governments. 

Henry Clay 

The Young Republicans group on campus was founded 
in 1961. It works to stimulate interest in political issues and 
to increase political support of candidates. Striving for a 
more informed voting public, the Young Republicans spon- 
sor lectures and meetings with visiting political figures. 



YOUNG DEMOCRATS 

Government made for the people, made by the 
people, and answerable to the people. 

Daniel Webster 

The purpose of the Young Democrats is to promote politi- 
cal discussion and activity, and to implement the principles 
and policy of the Democratic Party. Founded October 21, 
1963, the Stetson Club has attained distinction in its nomina- 
tion for the most outstanding college club in Florida. 



Left to Right, Sitting: Babs Mullins, Carol Mann, Kathy Warthen, Dan Kilbride, Les Greenbaum, Alice Petty, Gigi Jensen, Julie Scott. 
Left to Right, Standing: Cheryl Bardowell, Jackie Manning, June Uttrup, Jeanne Williams, Joe Parko, Nancy Hodges, Bob Johnson, 
Melissa Freeland, Earl Galitz, Mickey Keisling, John Schwartz, Jeannette Francis, Margaret Jones, Annette Morris, Joan Peppersack, 
Mike Reichman, Larry Romans, Dave Demers, Charles Coiirsey, Randy Payne, Lynn Chatlos, Richard Condon, Dr. Gerald Critoph. 



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"L" CLUB 

Spirit cJotlied from head to foot in song. 

Stephen Spender 

The newest organization on the Stetson campus is the L 
Club. This club was organized to promote and boost school 
spirit and has done quite well in pursuit of this elusive goal. 
Enthusiasm is the predominate air which seems to have come 
alive with the growth of the club. 





The last mournful rights are given to another victim of the 
Hatters: a ritual dutifully performed by the L Club. 



Left to Right: Chris Rawls, Bob Jenkins. Steve Buchanan, Carol Wit- 
tenberg, Bob Wells, Craig Pooser, Dave McFarland, Paul Hockett, 
Brian Svikhart, Francine Smith. 



Left to Right, sitting: Bruce Gritfiths, Sherry Wheeler, Dave McFarland. Addie Conklin. Jackie Lanum, Bob Renfroe. Left to Right, standing: 

Carol Wittenberg. Jim Richter. Demetrios Moschanderos, Meg Hcllin. Gloria Hunter, f raig Pooser. Chris Assron, Oneita Waters. 




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Left to Right, Rear Row: Fr. Bonaventure, Gail Gordon, Chris Aaron. Amelia Braun, Tom Tucker, Mary Bues, Jane Furlong. Clay Knowles, 
Carol Day, Doug Butler, Fr. LeRoy Lawson, Mickey Quisling, Ed Furlong, Rick Wall. Front Row: Dr. George Hood, Bob Renfroe, Liz Knapp, 
Bonnie Moffitt, Gretchen Freize, Ken Jones, Joaquin Rodriquez, Susan Smedley, Melissa Freeland, Sally Porterfield, Gloria Creagh, Mrs. Mary 
Hood, Dr. Frances Thornton, Juan Barroso. 

CANTERBURY HOUSE 

Behold I will build me a nest on the greatness of God. 

Sidney Lanier 



Canterbury House is the Episcopal organization of students 
and faculty on Stetson campus. Activities of Canterbury 
House include a weekly Sunday evening supper followed by 
a program which is paralleled with campus life, and Even- 
song. During the year Canterbury holds many dances, parties, 
and banquets for various occasions. 



Under the leadership of The Rev. Canon LeRoy Lawson, 
who is also Professor of Philosophy at Stetson, Canterburians 
are closely related to the life of St. Barnabas parish. They 
serve as lay readers, acolytes, and members of the choir. 
Canterbury endeavors to bring a closer connection between 
life of the Anglican and life of the Stetson student. 



Left to Right, standing: Canterbury officers are Tom Tucker, Vestry member; Clay Knokles, Vestry member; Ed Furlong, Junior 
Warden; Bob Renfroe, Senior Warden. Seated: Mary Bues, Vestry member; Bonnie Moffit, Vestry member; Melissa Freeland, 
Treasurer; Carol Day, Secretary; Doug Butler, Organist. 





Left to Right, back row: Adrian Bambini, John Heald. Bert Gonzalez. Rick Branan. Skip Wagner. Craig Gruber, Dan Coker. Dick Childs, 
Denise Wall. Ken Kincaid. Col. Herb Mansfield. Front Row: Gene White. Dale Massing. Ron Allison. Mike Watson. Larry Spoon. Ron Heath. 
John Mayer. Frank Carter, Dave Bena. Serge Sanchez. Sandy Edinger, Marvin Methaney. 



"S" CLUB 



". . . to love the game beyond the prize." 
Sir Henry Newbolt 

S Club is an organization composed of those athletes who 
have earned a letter in varsity sports. The members sponsor 
an annual drive for the March of Dimes and conduct Rat 
Court during Orientation Week. During this year S Club is in 
charge of obtaining ads for the bastketball programs and 
selling them at each home game. S Club works to promote 
school spirit and enthusiasm for all Stetson sports events. 

Left to Right: Joyce Ashley, Sam Gladding, Editor: Rick Knapp, Tom 



COMPASS 

"There is no playing fast and loose with the 
truth." Charles Dickens 

Compass is the publication which compiles and publishes a 
guide book for Stetson's campus for the freshman class. It 
is distributed annually to incoming freshmen as an aid to 
adjusting to life at Stetson. This pubhcation demands much 
work and effort so as to give the freshmen an up-to-date 
guide for his important beginning weeks on campus. Com- 
pass endeavors to keep apace of the changing face of Stetson. 

Piper, Fred deArmas. 





ROTC Company Sponsors are. Left to Right: Zane Yakots. Military Ball Queen Linda Guenther, Diane Paresi, Joanne Ches- 
hire, Kim Ballard. 



STETSON ROTC 



Left to Right: '64-'65 Brigade Staff: Cadet Maj. Peter Kaunitz S-L, Cadet Maj. Gary Ostrom S-2, Cadet Maj. Bill Francisco 
S-3, Cadet Col. Gary Formet, Brigade Commander. Cadet Maj. Sandy Edinger, S-4, Cadet Lt. Col. Grover Wilkins, Brigade 
Executive Officer, Cadet Sgt. Maj. Peter Hogue. 




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Left to Risht. rear: Jim I'arker. Milton Culp, Dick ShuforJ, Ken Kincaid. Steve High, Bill Stark, Pete Hogue, Bob Joiner, Dick 
Pond. Dale Massing. Left to Right, front: Bob Puterbaugh. Pete Kaunitz, Dick Holifield. Eliott Dunwoody. Bill Francisco, Bob Fox, 
Joe Barbe. Gary Tyson. Billy Cypress, Tom Hanley, Front: Gary Formet, Capt, Joe Brown, 



PERSHING RIFLES 

Duty . . . Honor . . . Country. 

Gen. Douglas MacArthur 

Pershing Rifles is the national mihtary honorary for ROTC 
cadets. These basic cadets work to promote interest and 
proficiency in the ROTC program. The precision drill team 
performs at the Annual Green Feather Carnival as well as 
local parades and area drill meets. 



SCABBARD AND BLADE 

Our Federal Union: it must be preserved. 
Andrew Jackson 

Leadership, discipline, rigorous training, and learning mil- 
itary skills are the main emphasis of the ROTC program. 
Here we learn the meaning of General MacArthur's words 
Duty . . . Honor . . . Country. We examine and apply these 
words and they become real and become a part of us. 



From the top, left to right: Jim Parker. Charles Sipos. Bruce Bradford. Jim Whiting, Chuck Perino. Kernie Kostrub, Art 
Floyd. Bill Millward. Jim Richter, Bob Alford, Joanne Chesire, Sponsor, Capt. Richard Anderson, Advisor, John Hardman, 
Steve Hobbs. Marty Habel. Jay Sylvester, Dave Armbruster, Bill Hurlburtt, John Anderson, Jan Roberts. 



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To fight the good fight for what is the 
truth and right. New Testament 

Army ROTC is designed to supply the nation with qualified 
leaders of high morals and character. Through the ROTC 
program the qualities of leadership, patriotism, efficiency, 
loyalty, obedience, courage, duty and honor are developed. 
Graduates of the ROTC program have been prepared since 
the turn of the century to perform their responsibilities as 
citizens wherever the security of the United States is threat- 
ened by foes. Stetson ROTC men are serving with the Army 
from Viet Nam to Berlin with the same vigilance as their 
forefathers. 

". . . it must be kept in order at all times." 





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Senior Index 



AARON, CHRISTINE, Ft. Lauder- 
dale, Fla., L.A. — SUB Social Com- 
mittee, Canterbury Club, Intra- 
murals. Honor Roll, L Club, SFEA, 
Player's Guild, Sailing Club, Young 
Republicans. 

ALLEN, SAMUEL O., Valdosta, 
Ga., Mus. — Kappa Kappa Psi, Pep 
Band, Music Educators Nat'l. Conf., 
Veep; Univ. Madrisal Singers. 
AMBERG, CHARLOTTE, Cazeno- 
via, N.Y., L.A. — University Chorus. 



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BAMBINI, ADRIAN PAUL, JR., 

Hollywood, Fla., L.A. — Sigma Phi 
Epsilon, Rush Chm., Pledge sec, 
Files Chm.; Orientation Committee, 
Homecoming Committee, Hatter 
Holiday Committee, Newman Club, 
REPORTER Staff, S. Club, Intra- 
murals. Tennis Team, Track Team, 
Intramural All Star, Student Ad- 
visor, Library Asst. 
BARNES, ROBERT, Jacksonville, 
Fla., Bus. — Lambda Chi Alpha, 
Editor and Alumni Correspondent, 
Gen. Assembly Rep., Movie Com- 
mittee, Canterbury Club, Intra- 
murals, R.O.T.C. Rifle Team, Beta 
Alpha Sigma. 

BARNETT, GINGER, Quincy, Fla., 
Bus. — Pi Beta Phi, Pledge Class 
Veep, Asst. Pledge Trainer, Arrow- 
board, Intramurals, Honor Roll, 
Dean's List, Junior Counselor, Fresh- 
man Beauty Contest 1st Ruimer-Up, 
Miss Hatter Court, Business School 
Sec, Student Advisor, Sigma Beta 
Chi, R.O.T.C. Company Sponsor, 
Stover Theater, Basketball Queen 
Finalist. 

BARRETT, SQUIRE, JR., Key- 
stone Heights, Fla., Bus. — Lambda 
Chi Alpha, House Mgr., Treas.; 
R.O.T.C. Rifle Team, Accountancy 
Club President. 

BEDSOLE, ELIZABETH ANN, 
Jacksonville, Fla., Mus. — BSU, Phi 
Beta, University Chorus Soloist, Con- 
cert Choir, Stover Theater. 
BETHEA, DIANE, Jacksonville, 
Fla., Mus.— Pi Alpha Lambda, BSU, 
Music Co-Chm., Mu Phi Epsilon, 
Concert Choir, Stover Theater: 
"Merry Wives of Windsor," Univer- 
sity Chorus, Madrigal Singers. 
BLEDSOE, THOMAS WAYNE, 
Winter Park, Fla., Bus. — Delta Sig- 
ma Phi, Social Chm., Athletic Chm., 
Veep, Pledge Master: Intramurals, 
R.O.T.C. 

BRAMLITT, BRENDA, Jackson- 
vOle, Fla., L.A. — Phi Mu, Social 
Chm., Standards Chairman, Presi- 
dent, Panhellenic Council, Emily 
Hall House Council, Greek Week 
Committee. 



BROWN, CHERYL ANN, Miami 
Springs, Fla., L.A. — Canterbury 
Club, Honor Roll, Dean's List, 
Woodrow Wilson Nominee. 
BROWNE, MARY LLEW, Miami, 
Fla., L.A. — Delta Delta Delta, Veep, 
Chaplain, Standards Chm., Chm. of 
50th Anniversary Celebration, Lead- 
ership School Delegate, Trident Cor- 
respondent, Faculty Evaluation 
Committee, Homecoming Commit- 
tee, Orientation Week Committee, 
BSU, Junior Counselor, Student Ad- 
visor, SFEA. 

BROWNSON, JUDITH ANN, Vero 
Beach, Fla., L.A.— Alpha Xi Del- 
ta, Historian, Philanthropy Chm., 
Homecoming Dance Committee, 
Parent's Weekend Open House 
Committee, Westminster Fellowship, 
Secretary, Vespers Committee Rep., 
Religious Life Council Alternate, 
Kappa Pi, Stetson Hall House Coun- 
cil, Sec, SFEA. 

BUES, MARY, Miami, Fla., L.A.— 
Phi Mu, Treas., Veep, Librarian, 
Parliamentarian, Canterbury House, 
Treas., Vestry, Religious Life Coun- 
cil Rep., Secretary, Intramurals, 
Honor Roll, Dean's List, Honors 
Program, Ford Graduate Program, 
Phi Society, Treas., Scroll and Key, 
Kappa Mu Epsilon, Student Advisor, 
Woodrow Wilson. 

BUGG, CHARLES, Miami, Fla., 
L.A. — Pi Kappa Phi, Chaplain, 
Pledge Sec, SGA President, Soph. 
Class Pres., Jr. Class Pres., Men's 
Resident Counsel, Student Affairs 
Committee, BSU President, Fresh- 
man Council, Fellowship Co-Chm., 
Ministerial Association, Treas., So- 
cial Chm., State Revival Team, Phi 
Society, Academic Council Class 
Award, Borden Prize, Winn-Dixie 
Scholarship, Honor Roll, Stetson 
Scholar, Debate Team, Pi Kappa 
Delta, Green Circle, Omicron Delta 
Kappa, Outstanding Freshman Man, 
L Club, Resident Advisor, Who's 
Who. 



CARR, SUZY, North Pahn Beach, 
Fla., L.A. — SUB, Canterbury Club, 
REPORTER Staff, Intramurals, 
Honor Roll, Sigma Omicron Chi, 
Hatter Holiday Committee, Green 
Feather Committee. 
CHAPLIN, JAMES B., Miami, Fla., 
Bus. — Sigma Nu Commander, Men's 
Council Pres., Sec, SUB Treas., 
Omicron Delta Kappa, Veep, Scab- 
bard & Blade, Who's Who. 
CHAPMAN, BARBARA KAY, 
Gainesville, Ga., L.A. — Alpha Chi 
Omega, Scholarship Chm., Warden, 
Standards Board, BSU Veep, Religi- 
ous Life Council, YWA, Publicity 
Chm., Literature Chm., Social Chm., 
REPORTER Staff, HATTER Staff, 
Intramurals, Honor RoU, Student 
Advisor, Junior Counselor, Sigma 
Omicron Chi, SFEA, Tassel. 



CHRISTIAN, SANDRA, Ft. Lau- 
derdale, Fla., L.A.— Zeta Tau Al- 
pha, House Chm., Corresponding 
Sec, Orientation Committee Sec, 
Parent's Weekend Co-Chm., West- 
minister Fellowship, COMPASS Edi- 
tor, Pubhcations Board, HATTER 
Staff, Sigma Pi Kappa Veep, Mortar 
Board Sec, Kappa Delta Pi Veep, 
Pres., Who's Who. 
CLAUSSEN, KENNETH, Miami, 
Fla., Bus. — Pi Kappa Alpha, Social 
Chm., Commons Committee Chm., 
HATTER Bus. Mgr., Publications 
Board, Intramurals, Accountancy 
Club Veep. 

COLE, BETTY, Chattanooga, 
Term., L.A. — Zeta Tau Alpha, BSU 
Executive Council Sec, Intramurals, 
SFEA, Sigma Phi Epsilon Sweet- 
heart. 

COLE, CHARLES N., Ocala, Fla., 
L.A. — Canterbury Club, Physics 
Dept. Research Assistant. 
CONDON, RICHARD PAUL, 
Pompano Beach, Fla., L.A. — Wes- 
ley Foundation, REPORTER Staff, 
REVIEW Contributor, Intramurals, 
Band, Debate Team, Young Demo- 
crats, Young Republicans, Quiz 
Bowl, Kumquot Ice Cream Eaters 
Club Sec 

CONKLIN, ADDIE, Tampa, Fla., 
L.A. — SUB Educ. Committee, Wes- 
ley Foundation, Publicity Chm., 
Interdenominational Tutoring Coun- 
cil, Intramurals, Honor Roll, Dean's 
List, Stetson Scholar, Scroll and Key 
Veep, Tassel, Junior Counselor, 
Women's Council, SFEA, Sec, Pres., 
Student Advisor. 

COULTER, WAYNE, Dade City, 
Fla., Bus. — Lambda Chi Alpha, 
Pledge Class Pres., SGA Treas., 
Honor Roll, Pledge Scholarship 
Award, Resident Advisor, Account- 
ancy Club. 

CORUCAINE, NANCY ANN, Du- 
luth, Miim., Bus. — Phi Mu, House 
Chm., Recording Sec, Lutheran Stu- 
dent's Association Sec, Social Chm., 
HATTER Staff, Sigma Beta Chi 
Pres., Religious Focus Week Host- 
ess, SFEA. 

CRABLE, NANCY LICILE, Win- 
ter Park, Fla., L.A. — Alpha Xi 
Delta, Editor, Corresponding Sec, 
Parent's Weekend Committee, Reg- 
istration Committee, Homecoming 
Committee, Westminster Fellowship, 
Program Chm., Pres., Religious Life 
Council, Tassel, Kappa Mu Epsilon, 
Junior Counselor, Student Advisor, 
Green Feather Committee. 
CRESSWELL, CAROL, AmityviUe, 
N.Y., L.A.— IWO Treas., House 
Council Veep, Canterbury Club, 
Interdenominational Tutoring Com- 
mittee, Honor RoU, Dean's List, 
Stetson Scholar, Honor's Program, 
Phi Alpha Theta, Stover Theater, 
University Chorus. 



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Senior Index 



D 

DANSYEAR, PATRICIA, Miami, 
Fla., L.A. — Zeta Tau Alpha Veep, 
Pledge Trainer; Co-Chm. Parent's 
Weekend Registration Committee; 
Lutheran Student's Association; SUB 
Film Committee. 

DE ARMAS, FRED, Ft. Lauder- 
dale, Fla., L.A. — Senior Senator, 
Academic Affairs Committee Chm., 
Chm. Curriculum Evaluation Coun- 
cil, Traffic Committee Veep, COM- 
PASS Staff, STETSON REVIEW 
Staff, Pres. Sigma Delta Pi, Pres. 
Gamma Theta Upsilon, Honor Roll, 
Dean's List, Pershing Rifles, Veep 
International Club, Student Advisor, 
Phi Alpha Theta. 

DE LESDERNIER, NOEL, Titus- 
ville, Fla., L.A.— HATTER Copy 
Editor, Scroll and Key, Stetson 
Scholar, Honor Roll, Junior Coun- 
sellor. 

DEMIRGIAN, MARY ELIZA- 
BETH, Miami Shores, Fla., L.A.— 
Zeta Tau Alpha, Reporter, Scholar- 
ship Chairman, Historian, BSU, In- 
tramurals. Homecoming Committee, 
Greek Week Committee, Tau Beta 
Sigma, Veep, Treas. 
DICKEY, ALAN ADEE, Miami, 
Fla., Bus.- — Lambda Chi Alpha, 
Pres., Alumni Sec, Editor, Senator, 
Parent's Weekend Committee, Intra- 
murals. Honor Roll, Sec. Beta Alpha 
Sigma. 

DIXON, ROGER WELDON, Lake 
Mary, Fla., L.A. — SFEA Treas. 
DOLLENS, DONNA, Valdosta, 
Ga., L.A. — Pi Beta Phi, Veep, Sec, 
Outstanding Pledge, Women's Ex- 
ecutive Council, Common's Com- 
mittee, REPORTER Staff, Student 
Advisor, Jr. Counselor, Sec. Tassel, 
Kappa Delta Pi, Pres. Mortar Board, 
Concert Choir. 

DURRENCE, GLORIA SUE, Lake 
Placid, Fla., L.A.— -BSU, HATTER 
Staff, Honor Roll, Dean's List, 
SFEA. 



EDINGER, EVANS, Louisville, 
Ky., Bus. — Sigma Pi Epsilon Sr. 
Marshall, Parent's Weekend Com- 
mittee, S Club Pres. 
ENGLE, KATHERINE, White 
Plains, N.Y., L.A.— Phi Mu, Chap- 
lain, Registrar, Corresponding Sec, 
Publicity Chm., Wesley Foundation, 
Honor Roll. 



FARRINGTON, MARTHA G., 
Eau Gallic, Fla., L.A. — Pi Beta Phi 
House Chrn., Stetson Scholar, Hon- 
or's Program, Mortar Board, Tassel 
Veep, Jr. Counselor, Dean's List, 
Honor Roll, SUB Social Committee 
Chm., HATTER Staff, Washington 
Semester Program, Phi Society, 
Scroll and Key, Who's Who. 



FORMET, GARY LEE, Winter 
Park, Fla., Bus.— R.O.T.C. Brigade 
Commander, Pres. Scabbard and 
Blade, Pershing Rifles. 
FRANCIS, JEANNETTE, Clewis- 
ton, Fla., L.A. — Phi Mu Veep, 
Scholarship Chm., House Council, 
Canterbury Club, Honor Nominee, 
Student Advisor. 



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GEIGER, D WIGHT L., Pompano 
Beach, Fla., L.A. — Lambda Chi 
Alpha, Chm. Trapc Dept., Presi- 
dent's Cabinet, Lutheran Student 
Association Pres., Veep, Treas., Re- 
ligious Life Council, IFC Sec, Chm. 
of State IFC Convention. 
GINN, RICHARD, Miami, Fla., 
L.A. — Pi Kappa Phi, Senator, Par- 
ent's Weekend Committee, Student 
Advisor, Pres. Wesley Foundation, 
Regional Veep, Religious Life Coun- 
cil, Student Tutoring Council, Ford 
Graduate Program, Woodrow Wil- 
son Nominee, Danforth Nominee, 
Kappa Kappa Psi, R.O.T.C. Aca- 
demic Achievement Wreath, ODK, 
Pres., Sec. Green Circle. 
GREENBAUM, LESLIE, Miami 
Beach, Fla., L.A. — Pershing Rifles, 
Young Democrats. 
GREENE, RALPH N., Jackson- 
viUe, Fla., L. A.— REPORTER Staff, 
Intramurals, Wesley Foundation, 
Sigma Pi Kappa, R.O.T.C. 



H 



HALE, DAN WARREN, Ft. Pierce, 
Fla., L.A. — BSU, Ministerial Asso- 
ciation, Intramurals, Theta Alpha 
Phi, Resident Advisor. 
HANSEN, CAROL, Melrose, Fla., 
L.A. — Student Advisor, BSU, Intra- 
mural Board, Honor Roll, Dean's 
List, Kappa Mu Epsilon, Ford Pro- 
gram, Woodrow Wilson, Academic 
Council Award. 

HART, JOHN, Perry, Fla., L.A.— 
Senator, Pres. BSU, Intramurals, 
Social Science Award, Phi Theta 
Kappa. 

HARTMAN, WILLIAM JOSEPH, 
JR., Winter Haven, Fla., Mus. — 
Assistant Mgr. Orchestra, L Qub, 
Pep Band. 

HAULMAN, BRUCE EVANS, 
Panama City, Fla., L.A. — Pi Kappa 
Phi, SGA Veep, Senator, Veep 
Green Circle, IFC Veep, Kappa 
Kappa Psi, Student Affairs Commit- 
tee, Honor Roll, Dean's List, Who's 
Who. 

HAWES, LINDA LEE GREG- 
ORY, Key West, Fla., L.A.— Alpha 
Xi Delta, Treas., Exec. Council, 
Canterbury Club, Honor Roll, 
Dean's List, Winn-Dixie Scholar- 
ship, Stetson Scholar, Kappa Delta 



Pi Veep, Pres. Phi Society, Pres. 
Scroll and Key, Tassel, Mortar 
Board, Hatter Holiday Committee, 
SFEA, Student Advisor, Jr. Coun- 
selor. 

HEFLIN, MARGARET ANN, Al- 
exandria, Va., L.A.— HATTER 
Staff, Theta Alpha Phi, Treas. Play- 
er's Guild, L Club, Sailing Club. 
HENNICK, DIXIE ANDREWS, 
Hollywood, Fla., L.A. — Sigma Delta 
Pi, Lutheran Student Association 
Corresponding Sec. 
HERKO, AILEAN, Miami, Fla., 
L.A.— BSU. 

HICKS, JANET ESTELLE, Orlan- 
do, Fla., L.A.— BSU, Sec. Minis- 
terial Association. 

HICKS, VIOLET ANN, Tampa, 
Fla., L.A. — Sec. House Council, 
BSU, YWA, Sec. Phi Society, Scroll 
and Key, Beta Beta Beta, Pres., Sec, 
Kappa Mu Epsilon, Stetson Scholar, 
Ford Program, Woodrow Wilson 
Nominee, NSF Grant for Under- 
graduate Research. 
HOOD, RICHARD L., Homestead, 
Fla., Bus. — Pi Kappa Alpha Presi- 
dent, Treas.; Intermurals. 
HOPPER, TOWNSEND, Backing 
Ridge, N.J., Bus.— Lambda Chi Al- 
pha, Homecoming Committee, As- 
sembly Committee, Business Rela- 
tion Committee, Beta Alpha Sigma, 
Ministerial Association, Canterbury 
Club, Pershing Rifles Veep, 
Editor. 

HUNTER, GLORIA JUNE, States- 
viUe, N.C., L.A.— BSU, REPORT- 
ER Staff, Honor RoU, T-Squad, 
Player's Guild, L. Club. 

I 

INGERSOLL, JAMES RUSSELL, 

Lake Worth, Fla., L.A. — Sigma Phi 
Epsilon, Freshman Class President, 
Senior Senator, Lutheran Student's 
Association, Intramurals, Men's 
Council, Men's Residence Hall 
Council. 



JENKINS, WILLIAM LAW- 
RENCE, Albany Ga., Bus.— Beta 
Alpha Sigma Historian. 
JOHNSON, ROBERT A., Jackson- 
ville, Fla., L.A. — Public Affairs 
Committee, R.O.T.C. Superior Ca- 
det Award, Distinguished Military 
Student. 

JONES, EDITH MARGARET, 
Sanford, Fla., L.A.— Phi Mu Citi- 
zenship, Young Democrats, Canter- 
bury House. 

K 

KANE, KAREN DARE, Winter 
Park, Fla., L. A.— Pi Beta Phi Ex- 
ecutive Covmcil, PanheUenic Rep. 
Pledge Trainer; Canterbury Club, 
Intramurals, Stetson Scholar, Honor 



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Senior Index 



Roll, Junior Counselor, Ass't Dorm 
Director, Panhellenic Veep, Presi- 
dent, Tassel, Mortar Board, Student 
Affairs Committee. 
KAUNITZ, PETE, Ft. Lauderdale, 
Fla., L.A. — Sigma Phi Epsilon, 
Chaplain, Scholarship Chairman, 
House Manager; Intramurals, 
R.O.T.C. Scabbard & Blade, Chem- 
istry Honorary. 

KILBRIDE, DANIEL M., Jr., Day- 
tona Beach, Fla., L.A. — Newman 
Club, Soccer Team, President Young 
Democrats, Collegiate Council for 
the United Nations Veep, Indepen- 
dent Men's Organization. 
KINCAID, KENNETH T., LaFol- 
lette, Tenn., Bus. — Pi Kappa Phi 
Warden, Senator, Basketball, S Club, 
Scabbard and Blade, Sec. Account- 
ancy Club. 



LANEY, JOEL E., Tampa, Fla., 
L.A. — Ministerial Association. 
LANKFORD, ROBERT W., Ocala, 
Fla., L.A. — Pi Kappa Phi, Wesley 
Foundation, Gamma Sigma Epsilon. 
LANUM, JACKIE, Brooker, Fla., 
L.A. — Wesley Foundation, Worship 
Chairman, Rep. Religious Life 
CouncU, Vespers Committee, Sum- 
mer Service and Evangelism Chair- 
man, Intermurals, Honor Roll, 
Dean's List, Psi Chi Veep, L Club, 
Student Advisor, I.W.O. 
LAVENDER, PATRICIA, Sanford, 
Fla., L.A. — Honor Roll, Dean's 
List, Phi Alpha Theta. 
LA VOY, DAVID WAYNE, Jack- 
sonville, Fla., L.A. — Sec. Student 
Events, Fall and Spring Concert 
Committees, Cafeteria Committee 
Chairman, Spirit Committee, Home- 
coming Committee, Parents' Week- 
end Committee, BSU, Wesley Foun- 
dation Council, REPORTER Staff, 
HATTER Staff, REVIEW Staff, In- 
tramurals, Green Circle, Artists and 
Lecturers Committee, Student Ad- 
visor, SUB Treas., SUB Education 
Committee chairman. 
LEE, ALBERT PAUL, DeLand, 
Fla., L.A. — Ministerial Association 
Sec, Dean's List, Honor RoU, Scroll 
and Key. 

LO ZIRO, JOHN C, Miami, Fla., 
L.A. — Wesley Foundation, Honor 
Roll, R.O.T.C. Scabbard & Blade, 
Drum Major. 

LOKEY, THOMAS CHARLES, 
Daytona Beach, Fla., Bus. — Sigma 
Phi Epsilon, Senior Marshall, Pledge 
Educator, Intramurals. 

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MAC FARLAND, DAVID THOM- 
AS, Melbourne Beach, Fla., L.A. — 
Editor STETSON REVIEW, Sigma 
Pi Kappa, Veep Sigma Tau Delta, 
Woodrow Wilson Nominee, Dan- 



forth Nominee, SUB Recreation 
Committee, President L Club, Resi- 
dent Adviser, Stetson's Ev and 
Charlie Show, SUB Hootenanny 
Record Co-producer. 
MC GEE, JUDIE ANNE, Ormond 
Beach, Fla., Mus. — BSU Devotion, 
Missions Chairman, University Cho- 
rus. 

MCGINNIS, LEANNE, Atlanta, 
Ga., L.A.— Alpha Xi Delta, Chap- 
lain, Marshall; Women's Executive 
Council, BSU, Honor Roll, Home- 
coming Committee, Junior Coun- 
selor, Student Advisor. 
MAAS, ROGER R., Clearwater, 
Fla., Bus. — Pi Kappa Alpha, Chap- 
lain, Intermurals. 

MANN, CAROL LEE, West Palm 
Beach, Fla., L.A. — Veep Young 
Democrats. 

MARCHINTON, LINDA KAY, 
New Smyrna Beach, Fla., L.A. — 
Wesley Foundation Devotional lead- 
er. Stetson Scholar, Honor Roll, 
Dean's List, Phi Society, Kappa 
Delta Pi, Interdenominational, Tu- 
toring Committee, SFEA. 
MASON, DON, Stoneham, Mass., 
Bus. — Sigma Phi Epsilon, Control- 
ler, Songleader; Student Senate, 
Pres., Business School, Pilgrim Fel- 
lowship, REPORTER, Intramurals, 
R.O.T.C. 

MAYER, JOHN M., JR., Louis- 
ville, Ky., L.A.— Pi Kappa Phi, 
Treas., Pledge Class, I.F.C. Rep., 
National Convention Rep., Intra- 
murals, Fresh. Basketball Team, 
Varsity Soccer, Varsity Baseball, 
"Doc" Johnson Most Improved 
Player Award, S Club, Orientation 
Committee, Student Advisor, Head- 
Resident Advisor, SUB Advisor. 
MIKKELSEN, JOHN H., Dallas, 
Texas, Bus. — Sigma Phi Epsilon, 
Sec, Pledge Class, Intramurals, All 
Stars, Dean's List, Honor Roll, 
Stover Productions, "L'il Abner," 
"Of Thee I Sing." 

MILLER, MASON LANCE, Ft. 
Lauderdale, Fla., L.A. — Sigma Phi 
Epsilon, Public Relations Chm., In- 
terfratemity Council Chm., Greek 
Week Committee, Parent's Weekend 
Publicity Committee, Wesley Foun- 
dation, Green Feather Committee, 
Sports Editor, HATTER, Intramur- 
als, R.O.T.C. 

MOORE, WILLIAM A., Miami, 
Fla., L.A. — Sigma Phi Epsilon, Frat. 
Intramural Director, Guard Key 
Award, Freshman Basketball Team, 
Frat. Key Award, Intramurals, All 
Stars, Intramurals Student Director. 
MOORMAN, JAMES MARION, 
Winter Haven, Fla., L.A. — Sigma 
Phi Epsilon, I.F.C, Veep, National 
Conclave Rep., Green Feather Co- 
Chmn., Varsity Soccer, Student Af- 
fairs Comm. 

MOR ELIZABETH E., Fort 

Myers, ^la., L.A. — Student Advisor, 
Curricuijm Evaluation Comm., 



Homecoming Comm., Sec, Treas., 
Lutheran Student Assoc, Intramu- 
rals, Pres., Kappa Mu Epsilon, Veep, 
Phi Society, Scroll and Key, Ford 
Program, Honor Roll, Dean's List, 
Tassel, Quiz Boul, Ind. Women's 
Organization, Player's Guild, Delta 
Delta Delta Scholarship, Woodrow 
Wilson Candidate. 
MULOCK, EDWARD, Bradenton, 
Fla., Bus. — Pi Kappa Phi, Archon, 
Social Chmn., Warden, Alumni Di- 
rector, Intramurals, Student Advisor, 
Pres., Green Circle, Student Affairs 
Comm., National I.F.C. Conference, 
State I.F.C. Convention, Veep, 
I.F.C. 

N 

NAPOLI, DOMINICK J., Coral 

Gables, Fla., Bus. — Pershing Rifles, 

Grand Prix Driver, Orientation 

Comm. 

NEWTON, MARION MARTHA, 

St. Cloud, Fla., Bus. 

O 

OSTROM, GARY WILLIAM, Mi- 
ami, Fla., L.A. — Sigma Phi Epsilon, 
REPORTER Editor, News Editor, 
Intramurals, Pres., Sigma Pi Kappa, 
Publications Board, Student Affairs 
Comm., R.O.T.C, Brigade Staff, 
Cadet Major, Newspaper Fund, Inc., 
Scholarship. 



PATTINSON, JEFFREY INMAN, 
Clearwater, Fla., L.A. — Pi Kappa 
Phi, Historian, Orientation Comm., 
Election Comm., Wesley Founda- 
tion, Intramurals. 

PAYNE, RANDALL MERLE, 
Homestead, Fla., L.A. — Young 
Democrats, Independent Men's Or- 
ganization. 

PERRY, JOHN C, Daytona Beach, 
Fla., L.A. — Baptist Student Union, 
Executive Council, Ministerial As- 
sociation, President, Religious Life 
Council, Intramurals, Dean's List. 
PETERS, THOMAS, Orlando, Ha., 
L.A. — Canterbury Club, Honor 
Roll, Dean's List, Kappa Mu Epsi- 
lon, Pi Kappa Delta, Veep, Pres., 
University Debate Squad. 
PETTY, ALICE ELIZABETH, 
PleasantvUle, N.J., L.A. — Intramu- 
rals, Phi Society, Scroll and Key, 
Phi Alpha Theta, Honor Roll, 
Dean's List, Wasl." gton Semester 
Program, Ford Prc^ram, Collegiate 
Council for the U.N., I.W.O., Young 
Democrats. 

R 

RAYNAL, MARIL'in^ R., Boca 
Raton, Fla., L.A. — Alpha Xi Delta, 
Intramurals Chairman, Hatter Holi- 
day, Athletic Chmn., Co-Chmn., 
Homecoming, Westminster Fellow- 
ship, REPORTER Staff, Intramural 




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Board, Tennis Team, Rookie of the 
Year Award, Phys. Ed. Major's 
Club, Women's Council, S.U.B., 
Tournament's Chmn., Rep. at Large, 
Junior Counselor, Student Advisor. 
RENFROE, JOBERT JACKSON, 
West Point, N.Y., L.A. — Canterbury 
Club, Sec, Senior Warden, Religious 
Life Council, French Club, Young 
Repubhcans, Sec, Veep, Ministerial 
Association, Interdenominational 
Tutoring Committee, Vice-Chmn., 
Sigma Omicron Chi, Sec. 
REYNOLDS, ROBERT RICE, 
Coral Gables, Fla., Bus. — Pi Kappa 
Alpha, Rush Chmn., Intramurals 
Coach, Football Capt., Business 
School Senator, Elections & Ap- 
pointment Committee, Beta Alpha 
Sigma, Veep, Pres., Stover Produc- 
tions: "South Pacific." 
RHODES, LEROY E. (DUSTY), 
Apopka, Fla., Bus. — Scabbard and 
Blade, Pershing Rifles, Command- 
ing Officer. 

RIGANO, RICHARD GLENN, 
Mamaroneck, N.Y., L.A. — Delta 
Sigma Phi, Pledge Pres., House 
Manager, Sgt. at Arms. 
ROBB, CAROL DIANE, Ft. Lau- 
derdale, Fla., L.A. — Alpha Chi 
Omega, Pledge Pres., Lyer Editor, 
Ceep, Carnation Editor, COMPASS 
Editor, STETSON, REVIEW, HAT- 
TER, STETSON REPORTER, Staff 
Member, Publications Board, Sigma 
Tau Delta, Honor Roll, Dean's List, 
Ford Program, Sigma Pi Kappa, 
Treas., Tassel, Mortar Board, Stu- 
dent Affairs Comm., Disciplinary 
Comm., Freshman Talent Show, 
Green Feather Comm., Women's 
Executive Council, Jr. Rep., Pres., 
Dorm Council, Junior Counselor. 



SCHIBANOFF, VIRGINIA KAY, 

Freehold, N.J., L.A.— Phi Mu, 
Pledge Chaplain, Outstanding 
Pledge, Asst., Pledge Director, 
Pledge Director, Lutheran Students 
Assoc, HATTER Staff, Intramurals, 
Atlanta Intercollegiate Bowling 
Team, Student Advisor, S.F.E.A., 
Vice-Pres., Orientation Comm. 
SHIPMAN, ROBERT L., II, Ann 
Arbor, Mich., L.A. — Pi Kappa Al- 
pha, Pledge Pres., Canterbury Qub, 
Beta Alpha Sigma, Young Demo- 
crats. 

SMITH, A. FRANCENE, Braden- 
ton, Fla., L.A. — Alpha Xi Delta, 
Quill Chmn., Publicity Chmn., Bap- 
tist Student Union, HATTER Staff, 
Cheerleader, Capt, Intramurals, 
Honor Roll, Kappa Mu Epsilon, 
Stetson Union Board, Sec, Publicity 
Chmn., Social Chmn., Contests 
Chmn., Hatter Holiday, Student Ad- 
visor, Junior Counselor, Homecom- 
ing Committee, Green Feather Com- 
mittee, Greek Week Comm., Home- 
coming Hostess. 



SMITH SANDRA, Jacksonville, 
Fla., Mus. — Phi Mu, Panhellenic 
Delegate, Song Leader, Social Graces 
Chmn., Panhellenic Council, Pres., 
Veep, Dorm Council, Westminster 
Fellowship, Mortar Board, Treas., 
Phi Beta, Sec, Veep, American 
Guild of Organists, Sec, Sub-Dean. 
SNOWDEN, ROBERT T., Jackson- 
ville, Fla., L.A. — Pi Kappa Phi, 
Rush Chmn., Music Director, Ouiz 
Bowl Team, Intramurals, Senator, 
Chmn., Elections & Appointments 
Comm., Sr. Class Pres., Green 
Feather Comm., Orientation Comm., 
Student Advisor, Ministerial Assoc, 
Religious Life Council, Baptist Stu- 
dent Union, Devotional Chmn., 
Freshman Council, Social Chmn., 
Executive Council, Pres., REPORT- 
ER Staff, Stetson Scholar, Honors 
Program, Honor RoU, Green Circle, 
Gamma Sigma Epsilon, Omicron 
Delta Kappa, Treasurer, Who's Who. 
SPARKMAN, SUSANNE, Tampa, 
Fla., L.A.— Y.W.A. Social Chmn., 
Sec, Washington Semester, Baptist 
Student Union, S.F.E.A., Collegiate 
Council for the U.N. 

STACY, PATRICIA SNOW, Del- 
ray Beach, Fla., L.A. — Delta Delta 
Delta, Social Chmn., Liberal Arts 
Senator, REPORTER, Columns 
Editor, Green Feather Comm., Stu- 
dent Co-Chmn., "Operation Book 
Lift," Sec, Traffic Committee, 
S.U.B. 

STARK, WILLIAM D., Ill, Jack- 
sonville, Fla., Bus. — Pi Kappa Al- 
pha, Treas., Soccer Team, S Qub, 
R.O.T.C., Rifle Team, Accountancy 
Club. 

SVIKHART, BRIAN JEFFREY, 

St. Petersburg, Fla., L.A. — Inde- 
pendent Men's Organization, Sec, 
Treas., STETSON REVIEW, Art 
Director, HATTER Staff, Honor 
Roll, Harry L. Taylor Prize in Hu- 
manities, Sigma Tau Delta, Pres., 
S.U.B. Hootenanny Record, S.U.B. 
Recreation Committee, Operation 
Book Lift, Stetson's Ev & Charlie 
Show, Wit's End. 



TAFT, KAREN HORN, Sun City, 
Ariz., L.A. — Alpha Xi Delta, Pledge 
Sec, House Chmn., Secret Office, 
Rec. Sec, Canterbury Club, 
S.F.E.A., Student Advisor, Junior 
Counselor. 

THOMAS, NOYES RANDALL, 
Orlando, Fla., L.A. — Sigma Phi Ep- 
silon, Big Brother Chmn., Social 
Chmn., Intramurals, Freshman Hon- 
ors Program, Greek Week Com- 
mittee. 

THORNTON, WM. THOMAS, 
Hapeville, Ga., L.A. — Lambda Chi 
Alpha, Sec, Correspondent, Execu- 
tive Comm., Honor Roll, Dean's 



List, Honors Program, Ford Gradu- 
ate Program, Concert Choir, Uni- 
versity Chorus, MENC, SFEA, Pep 
Band. 

TILTON, JOAN, N. Miami, Fla., 
L.A. — Phi Society, Scroll and Key, 
Sigma Tau Delta, Honor Roll, 
Dean's List, Janet Howard Taylor 
Shakesp^re Prize, F. H. McDonald 
Foundation Award, Ford Graduate 
Program, French Club, Sec Treas. 
TONDEE, PAULA JO, Ellaville, 
Ga., Bus. — Alpha Xi Delta, Pledge 
Class Pres., Intramural Dir., Pledge 
Trainer, Veep, Baptist Student Un- 
ion, Intramural Board Sec, Student 
Advisor, Parent's Weekend Comm., 
Sigma Beta Chi, Veep. 
TUNNELL, GENE, Homestead, 
Fla., Mus. — Kappa Kappa Psi, Pres., 
Music School Pres., Westminster 
Fellowship Veep, Intramurals, Hon- 
or Roll, General Mgr. Stetson Band, 
Pep Band Director. 
TUSSING, L. BENTON, Ft. Lau- 
derdale, Fla., L.A. — Veep, Lambda 
Chi Alpha, Senior Judge, Traffic 
Department, REPORTER, Intra- 
murals Editor, Sports writer, Intra- 
murals, Water Ski Club, Vice-Com- 
mander of Sail Club. 

W 

WATERHOUSE, C. BERNARD, 

Paisley, Fla., L.A. — Student Minis- 
ter, Altoona-Paisley Methodist 
Church. 

WHEELER, SHERRY LYNN, Al- 
ma, Ga., L.A. — Wesley Foundation, 
Council Member, Phi Society, Scroll 
& Key, Gamma Theta Upsilon, Sec, 
"L" Club Historian, Honor Roll, 
Dean's List Academic Council 
Award, Young Democrats. 
WHITTINGTON, Winter Park, 
Fla., L.A. — Pi Beta Phi, Treas., 
Rec Sec, Christian Scientists Or- 
ganization Veep., Religious Life 
Council, Kappa Pi. 
WILLIAMS, GLORIA JEANNE, 
Jacksonville, Fla., L.A. — Intra- 
murals, Young Democrats, Collegi- 
ate Council for the U.N. Secretary- 

WIRSING, JUNE, CarroUton, Ga., 
L.A. — Pi Beta Phi, Corresponding 
Sec, Chaplain, Honor Roll, Dean's 
List, S.F.E.A., Parent's Weekend 
Comm., Student Advisor. 
WRIGHT, BARBARA JARIS, 
Hollywood, Fla., L.A. — Intramu- 
rals, Honor RoU, Dean's List Aca- 
demic Council Award, Psi Chi, 
Kappa Mu Epsilon, Phi Society, 
Scroll and Key. 



YETTER, MARY E., Tavares, Ha., 
L.A. — Lutheran Students Associa- 
tion, Treas., HATTER Staff, Mod- 
em Dance Club, Veep, Pres., Honor 
RoU, Young Republicans, N.E.A., 
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ANDERSON, JOY, Clearwater, Fla., 
L.A., 133, 191, 240. 

ANDERSON, JUDI, Denver, Col., L.A., 
133, 239. 240. 

ANDERSON, KAREN ELAINE, Co- 
lumbus, O., L.A., 133, 195. 

ARNOLD, BRUCE EDWARD, Clear- 
water, Fla., Bus., 133. 

ASHCRAFT. SARAH F., DeLand, fta., 
L.A., 133, 182, 240, 249. 

AULT, JAMES, Panama City, Fla., 
Mus., 133. 

AUSTIN, SVELLEN, Miami, Fla., L.A., 
133, 199. 

B 

BAGNAL, JOEL, Jacksonville, Fla., 
L.A., 133, 218, 245, 262. 

BAILY, ROBERT B., JR., Fernandina 
Beach, Fla., L.A., 133. 

BAKSA, RICHARD WILLIAM, Scotch 
Plains, N. J., 133, 215. 

BALDWIN, GLENN, Delray Beach, 
Fla., L.A., 133, 258. 

BARBE, IRA LEE, Warwick, R. I., L.A., 
133. 

BAROLO, DENICE, F., Bradenton 
Beach, Fla., L.A., 133, 187. 

BARRETT. SHIRLEY, Savannah, Ga., 
L.A., 133. 

BEYER, JANE H., Niagara Falls, On- 
tario, Bus., 133. 

BICKELHAUPT, JAMES ALLAN, De- 
Land, Fla., Bus., 133, 211, 253. 

BOTTOMLEY, GERALD LESLIE, Mel- 
bourne, Fla., L.A., 133. 

BOYD, LARRY CRAIG, McMinnville, 
Tenn..L.A., 133. 

BRAUN, AMELIA, Baldwin, Fla., L.A., 
133, 268. 

BROUSSEAU, TEDDY, Ormond Beach, 
Fla., L.A., 133, 232, 235. 

BUSEY. STEVE, Jacksonville, Fla., Bus., 
133, 232, 233,249. 

BUTLER, DOUGLAS L., Atlanta, Ga., 
Mus., 133, 268. 



CHARLESWORTH, ARTHUR T., Pon- 

te Vedra Beach, Fla., L.A., 133, 264. 
CHATLOS, EVELYN, N. Miami Beach, 

Fla., L.A., 133. 
CLEMENTS, BERNICE ANN, Vero 

Beach, Fla., L.A., 133, 199. 
CLENNEY, LINDA, Jacksonville, Fla., 

L.A., 24, 46. 
COLVARD, RUTH ELIZABETH, Pa- 

hokee, Fla., L.A., 24, 35, 45, 133, 187. 
CORNWALL, PETER S., Spencer, Iowa, 

L.A., 133, 223. 
COURSEY, CHARLES C, Palatka, Fla., 

L.A., 133, 266. 
COUTANT, ANDREW, Stuart, Fla., 

L.A., 133, 207. 
COX, CLARA, Gainesville, Fla., L.A., 

133, 191. 
CREAGH, GLORIA H., Havana, Cuba, 

L.A., 133, 261,268. 
CULVER, EDDIE H., Savannah, Ga., 

Bus., 133, 258. 



D 



DAVIDSON, SANDY, Ft. Lauderdale, 

Fla., Bus., 133. 
DAVIS, JOHN MASON, Dade City, 

Fla., L.A., 133,211. 
DAWSON, DOUG, JR., Corning, N. Y., 

Bus., 133, 223. 
DEAL. BETTY, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., 

Mus., 133. 



DEATON, JOYCE H., Charlotte, N. C, 

L.A., 133, 187. 
DEKLE. JENNIE, Gainesville, Fla., 

L.A., 133, 187, 239, 240, 249. 
DERICKS, DONNA, Cincinnati, O., 

L.A., 24, 133, 191, 235. 
DILLMAN, CHARLES, Miami, Fla., 

Bus., 133, 223. 
DOUBLEDAY, DIANE, Ft. Lauderdale, 

Fla., L.A., 133, 240, 249, 252, 264. 
DOWLING, RICHARD, Treasure Is- 
land. Fla., Bus., 133, 233. 
DURHAM, BRENDA LOU, Blounts- 

town, Fla., L.A., 133, 202. 



ELLIS, WAYNE. Jacksonville. Fla., 

Bus.. 133. 223. 
ESLINGER. BOB, Bradenton, Fla., L.A., 

134, 218, 239, 249. 



FAWCETT, SUSAN, Lighthouse Point, 

Fla., L.A., 134, 198. 
FIELD, ALICE, Jacksonville, Fla., L.A., 

134. 186. 
FIELD, JUDITH LOUISE, AsheviUe, 

N. C, L.A., 134. 
FISHBAUGH. FRANKLIN JAMES, 

Ocala, Fla., L.A., 134. 
FLEISHEL, CONNIE, DeLand, Fla., 

L.A., 134. 194. 
FLETCHER. SUZANNE, Greensboro, 

Fla., L.A., 134, 194. 
FOSTER, LELIA C, Altoona, Fla., 

L.A., 134. 
FRANCISCO, WILLIAM PAYNE, San 

Antonio, Texas, L.A., 134, 214. 
FREELAND. MELISSA. Panama City, 

Fla., L.A., 134, 265, 266, 268. 
FREEMAN, THOMAS BRENT, St. Pet- 
ersburg, Fla., L.A., 134, 214. 
FURLONG, EDWARD COLSON, III, 

DeLand, Fla., Bus., 134, 268. 



GARBOW, CHRISTOPHER DEANE, 

McLean, Va., L.A., 134, 180, 218. 
GARDNER, JOHN, St. Petersburg, Fla., 

L.A., 134. 
GARNER, JOSEPH, Carmi, 111., L.A., 

134, 235, 239, 249. 
GARVIN, GLENN, Chevy Chase, Md., 

Bus., 134, 180, 214. 
GASKILL, TIM, E. Pepperill, Mass., 

Bus., 134, 222. 
GIFFIN, CARYL JEANNE, DeLand, 

Fla., L.A., 134, 182, 249, 255, 256. 
GOODING, MACK D., Jacksonville, 

Fla., L.A., 134, 237. 
GOODSON, BARBARA, Haines City, 

Fla., L.A., 134. 
GORDON, GAIL, Arcadia, Fla., L.A., 

134, 182, 249, 268. 
GREGORY, MARTY, Lawrenceville, 

III., Bus., 24, 134. 

H 

HALL, PATRICIA ANNE, Leesburg, 

Fla., L.A., 134, 190, 192, 253. 
HAMPP, KURT PRESTON, Bethesda, 

Md., L.A., 134, 210. 
HAMPTON, RALPH CLINTON, JR., 

West Palm Beach, Fla., L.A., 134, 226. 
HANSON, GARY, Holly Hill, Ha., 

L.A., 134. 
HARDY, SANDY, Hollywood, Fla., 

L.A., 134, 232, 233, 249, 256, 260, 

264, 265. 



HARGNETT, DAVID LEE, Jackson- 
ville, Fla., L.A., 134, 206. 
HARGRAVE, LES, Ft. Pierce, Fla., 

L.A.. 134, 226. 
HARKINS, STEVE, Bolton, Mass., L.A., 

134,214. 
HASTINGS, LARRY, Hamden, Conn., 

L.A., 134, 180, 226, 236. 
HAYMAN, CINDY, Ft. Lauderdale, 

Fla., L.A., 134. 
HAYS, J. v., Ocala, Fla., L.A., 134, 260. 
HEBDEN, ROBERT WAYNE, Kirk- 
wood, Mo., Bus., 134, 226. 
HEEBNER, PETER B., DeLand, Fla., 

L.A., 134, 214. 
HERBERHOLZ, LOIS DIANE, Miami, 

Fla., L.A., 134. 
HERRALD, JUDITH, Baldwinsville, 

N. Y., L.A., 134. 
HINKLE, BARBARA ANN, Ocean City, 

N. Y., L.A., 134. 
HIGGINS, TERRY L., Sarasota, Fla., 

L.A., 134. 
HIRD, RANDY, Coral Gables, Fla., 

L.A., 134. 
HOBEN, DIANA SUE, Atlanta, Ga., 

L.A., 134. 
HOLIFIELD, RICHARD NEWTON, 

Sebring, Fla., L.A., 134, 222. 
HOLMES, OWEN, Jacksonville, Fla., 

L.A., 134. 
HOOK, PENNY ANN, N. Miami, Fla., 

L.A., 134, 244, 260, 265. 
HOWARD, ALICE RUTH, Lakeland, 

Fla., L.A., 134. 
HUDGINS, MARY VIRGINIA, Deca- 
tur, Ga., L.A., 134, 198. 
HUGHES, BOB, Miami, Fla., L.A., 135, 

226. 



INGERICK. ELDYA, DeLand, Fla., 
Bus., 135, 226. 



JACKSON, JERRY, Jacksonville, Fla., 

Bus., 135, 262. 
JENSEN, JENASY, Lake Helen, Fla., 

L.A., 135, 198, 266. 
JONES, JEFF, Jacksonville, Fla., L.A., 

135,218. 
JONES. PRISCILLA, Atlanta, Ga., 

Mus., 135, 182, 240, 262. 
JONES. RICHARD S., West Patai 

Beach, Fla., L.A., 135. 
JORDAN, HUNTER, High Point, N. C, 

Mus., 51, 135, 182, 234. 

K 

KEGLEY, GLORIA GILL, Decatur, 

Ga., L.A. 135, 190, 192. 
KENTNER, KATHY, Tampa, Fla., 

L.A., 135, 186. 
KIMBLE, BOB, Arlington, Va., Bus., 

135, 210. 
KITCHENS, RALPH E., Douglas, Ga., 

Bus., 135, 206. 
KNIGHT, GWEN, Jacksonville, Fla., 

L.A., 35, 52, 53, 135, 194, 240, 249, 

255, 256. 
KNOWLES, CLAY M., JR., Jackson- 
ville, Fla., L.A., 136, 268. 
KRAUSE, DORIT H., Pittsburgh, Pa., 

L.A., 135, 255. 



LAWRENCE, MICHAEL BOWIE, St. 

Petersburg, Fla., L.A., 135, 218. 
LEVY, EDWARD A., JR., Altamonte 

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LORENZO. MARCOS F., Guantanamo, 

Cuba, L.A., 135. 
LOWRY, ROBERT K., Ft. Lauderdale, 

Fla., L.A.. 135. 
LUCAS. SANDRA ANN, Coral Gables, 

Fla., L.A., 135, 232, 247, 249. 
LYLE, RANDY, Alexandria, Va., L.A., 

135, 226. 
LYNN, RAY B., Perry. Fla., L.A.. 135. 
LYON, JANET, Lakeland, Fla., L.A., 

24, 135, 233, 239, 249, 255. 

M 

MAAS, JAN WILLEM, Katonah, N. Y., 

L.A., 136. 212. 
MABRY, MICHAEL, Ft. Benning, Ga., 

L.A., 135, 255. 
MARTIN, BETH, Starke, Fla., L.A., 

135. 
MARTIN. PAUL, Gainesville, Fla., 

L.A.. 135. 212, 233. 234, 262. 
MAZUR, JEANNE ELIZABETH, Eau 

Gallie, Fla., L.A., 135. 200. 232. 
MELTON. SANDY, Atlanta. Ga.. L.A.. 

135. 182. 
METHENY. MARVIN L.. Wauchula, 

Fla.. Bus., 135. 228. 
MILLER. RAYMOND. Ft. Lauderdale, 

Fla.. L.A.. 135. 228. 
MILLSAPS, ANNICA MAE, Ft. Laud- 
erdale, Fla., L.A., 135, 184. 
MINOR, SANDY, Atlanta, Ga., L.A., 

135. 260. 261. 
MOFFAT. BONNIE F., Orlando, Fla., 

L.A., 135, 232, 233, 268. 
MOORE, JUDY, DeLand, Fla., L.A., 

135. 196. 

MOORE. RONNIE. New Brockton. Ala., 
Bus., 135. 

MORGAN, DOROTHY M., Miami, 
Fla., L.A., 136. 

MORRIS, CYNTHIA, DeLand, Fla., 
L.A., 136, 196. 

MORRISSEY, PATRICIA ANNE, Aber- 
deen, Md., L.A., 136. 

MOSCHAYDREAS, DEMETRIOS, Ath- 
ens, Greece, L.A., 136, 252, 261, 267. 

MOSER, FORREST M., Indialantic, 
Fla., L.A., 136. 

MULLINIKS, GWEN, Orlando, Fla., 
L.A., 136, 188. 

MULLINS, RICHARD A., Miami 
Springs, Fla., Bus., 136. 

MACGILL, BARBARA, Abington, Pa., 
L.A., 136, 204. 

McHARGUE, GLYNIS, Sebring, Fla., 
L.A., 136, 204. 

N 

NASH, ANNA R., Sarasota, Fla., L.A., 

136, 266. 

NATHAN, ANN, Orange City, Fla., 

L.A., 163, 204, 258. 
NAWOTKA, LAURA, Falls Church, 

Va., L.A., 136, 204. 
NELSON, ROBERT, DeLand, Fla., L.A., 

136. 
NELSON, SANFORD BONNER, Ft. 

Lauderdale, Fla.. L.A., 136, 224. 
NIMNICHT, RANDY F., Miami, Fla., 

L.A.. 136, 233. 
NORTON, DIANA A., Atlanta, Ga., 

Mus., 136, 200, 240. 
NUNEZ, JILL R., DeLand, Fla., L.A., 

136, 233, 249, 253. 
NUNEZ, RICHARD, DeLand, Fla., 

L.A., 136, 220, 261. 



O 



ORIANS, JAN, Toledo, O., L.A., 136, 
188. 



OWEN. TIM, Howey. Fla.. Bus., 136, 
216. 



PAGE, CARY, Evergeen, Ala., L.A., 

136. 
PARKER. JAMES, Lake Worth, Fla., 

Bus., 136,253,271. 
PARKO, JOSEPH E., JR.. Ft. Lauder- 
dale. Fla.. L.A.. 136, 266. 
PATTERSON, IAN T.. Hollywood, Fla., 

Bus., 136, 220. 
PENDING, SAM D., Tampa, Fla., L.A., 

136. 
PETERSEN, STEPHEN D., Spencer, 

Iowa, Bus., 136, 228. 
PIERCE. LARRY HUNTER, Summer- 

ville, S. C, L.A., 136, 212. 
PRIDDY, LINDA, Chattanooga, Tenn., 

Mus., 136, 188, 262. 
PUTERBAUGH, BOB, Babson Park, 

Fla., Bus., 136. 



R 



RICHARDS, BEVERLEY FINNEY, 

DeLand, Fla., L.A., 136, 193, 238, 

244, 246. 
RICHTER, JAMES, Orlando, Fla., Bus.. 

136, 233. 253, 267. 
RIESBECK. LAURENCE WILLIAM, 

Corning, N. Y., Bus., 136, 224. 
RIKARD. EVIE, Winter Haven, Fla., 

L.A., 136. 
ROB BINS, FRED, Coral Gables, Fla., 

L.A.. 136. 
ROBERS, WILLIAM M.. Miami. Fla., 

L.A.. 136. 
ROSSELLE, DAVID JAMES. Sarasota, 

Fla., Bus., 136, 264. 
RUTAN, CAROL, New Orleans, La., 

Mus., 136, 184, 240. 



SALTER, PHELPS, Bronxville, N. Y., 

Bus., 136, 212, 253. 
SCHNEIDER, WILLIAM J., Hamden, 

Conn., L.A., 136, 212, 234, 249, 260, 

264. 
SCHUMACHER, PAUL DAVID, Jack- 
sonville, Fla., L.A., 136. 
SHIPPEY, SANDRA, Jacksonville, Fla., 

LA., 136, 256. 
SHUFORD, DICK. Jacksonville, Fla., 

L.A., 136, 212, 232, 264, 269, 271. 
SIMMONS, GERALD E., Astor, Fla., 

L.A., 136. 
SKIBBE, ART, Charlotte, N. C, L.A., 

136, 243. 

SMEDLEY, SUSAN, Media, Pa., L.A., 
147, 196, 255, 268. 

SNODGRASS, BETSY, Miami, Fla., 
L.A„ 137, 196. 236, 240. 249. 

SOLOMON. RONALD ELLIS, Ft. My- 
ers. Fla.. L.A., 137, 216. 

SOULE, GARDNER, Palos Hts., 111., 
L.A., 137, 212. 

STEELE, KENNETH, Tampa, Fla., 
Mus., 137, 249, 262. 

STEPHENS, MARGARET ANNE, Tal- 
lahassee, Fla., L.A., 137, 184, 255. 

STEVEN, JAMES A., Charlotte, N. C, 
L.A., 137, 216. 

STONE, BILL, Jacksonville, Fla., Bus., 
224. 

SWANSON, JUDY, Keokuk, Iowa, L.A., 

137, 193, 239, 246. 

SWOPE, ANNE, Miami, Fla., L.A., 137, 
184. 



TARDIF, ROBERT C, Dunedin, Fla., 

L.A., 137,216. 
THOMPSON, JIM, Vero Beach, Fla., 

Mus., 137, 220, 235, 249, 262. 
THOMPSON, TIM, Bedford, Pa., L.A., 

137, 212. 
THOMPSON, YVONNE TRUETT, Pa- 

hokee. Fla.. L.A.. 137, 193. 
TRAUT, KENNETH RICHARD, India- 
lantic, Fla., L.A., 137, 220. 
TRIBBLE, EDWARD J., DeLand, Fla., 

L.A., 137, 208. 
TUSSING, BENTON "TONY", Ft. 

Lauderdale, Fla., L.A., 137, 212, 232, 

243. 
TYSON, GARY MICHAEL. Ocala, Fla., 

L.A., 137, 220, 271. 



VAIL, ARLENE MARIE, Ft. Lauder- 
dale, Fla.. L.A., 137, 200. 

VARNEDOE, MARY LOU, Palatka, 
Fla., L.A., 24. 137. 193. 

VICK. BINGHAM L.. JR., Charlotte, 
N. C, L.A., 137, 220, 235, 249, 262. 

W 

WACHSMUTH, KAYE, Columbia, S. C, 

L.A., 137, 193, 249, 255. 
WAGNER, PHIL, Daytona Beach, Fla., 

L.A., 137, 212. 
WAINMAN, CAROLE, St. Augustine, 

Fla., L.A., 137, 196. 
WALL. RICHARD C, Sandersville, Ga., 

L.A., 137, 268. 
WALLACE, STAN, Sebring, Fla., L.A., 

137. 224. 252. 
WANDS. NANCY, Deerfield, 111., L.A., 

137, 200, 240. 
WARD, BRENDA, Port St. Joe, Fla., 

L.A„ 137, 204. 
WARD. TERYL-SUE, Ft. Lauderdale, 

Fla.. L.A.. 137. 
WATERS. ONEITA ONELL. Home- 
stead, Fla., Mus., 137, 267. 
WEIPPERT, DAVID, Jacksonville, Fla., 

L.A., 137, 228. 
WELCH, JAMES ROBERT, Chantilly, 

Va., L.A., 137, 224. 
WELLS, BOB, Miami, Fla., Bus., 137, 

253. 267. 
WHEELER, KATHERINE RUTH, At- 
lanta, Ga.. L.A., 137. 
WHELAN, BETSY, Santurce, Puerto 

Rico, L.A., 137, 200. 
WHITE, JAMES EUGENE, Daytona 

Beach, Fla., Bus., 137, 180, 224, 234, 

249. 
WIELAND, WILLIAM F., Mt. Gilead, 

O., Bus.. 137. 
WOOFTER, LINDA. Delray Beach, 

Fla.. L.A.. 137, 188, 233, 236. 
WRIGHT, ROBERT, Meridian Miss., 

Bus., 137. 



YAEGER, JAMES, Terre Haute, Ind., 

Bus., 132, 224. 
YOUNG, TINA, Ponte Verde Beach, 

Fla., L.A., 137, 188. 



ZELLER, JEAN F., Rome, N. Y., L.A., 
137. 




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ABLES, B. MICHAEL, Sanford, 
Ba.. L.A.. 139, 218. 

ABREU, VINCENT J., Havana, 
Cuba, LA., 1.19. 

ACKERMAN, CARL, Tampa, Fla., 
Bus., 126, 139. 

AINSLIE, KIRK, GainesvUle, Fla., 
LA., 139. 

ALBRECHT. RONALD JAMES, 
Scarsdale, N.Y., Bus., 127, 139. 

ALBRITTON, MERILYN LEE, 
Wauchula, Fla., L.A., 139, 187. 

ALDRICH, KATHLEEN LENORE, 
Sarasota, Fla.. L.A., 139, 191. 

ALEXANDER. LESLIE, St. Peters- 
burg, Fla., Bus., 139, 140, 195. 

ANDERSON. KENNETH DON- 
ALD, West Hartford, Conn.. Bus., 
139. 207. 

ARVANITIS, SUSAN, St. Paul, 
Minn., L.A.. 139, 191. 

ASHLEY, JOYCE, Jacksonville, 
Fla.. L.A., 139, 202. 

AUSINSCH, BAIBA, Solna, Swe- 
den, L.A., 139, 255, 261. 



B 



BARDOWELL. CHERYL, Jamaica, 
West Indies, L.A., 139, 266. 

BARRINGER. JO, Ft. Lauderdale, 
Fla., L.A., 139. 187, 240. 

BARROSO. JUAN. Havana, Cuba, 
L.A.. 139. 253, 261, 268. 

BAUBE, JANICE, Mt. Vernon, 
Ohio, L.A., 139. 

BAUER, FRANK ROBERT, Pinel- 
las. Fla., L.A.. 139. 

BEACH. JANE J.. Eau Gallie, Fla., 
L.A., 139, 191. 

BEACH. MARCI, Holly HUI, Fla., 
Mus.. 139. 

BEDELL. JOHN C, Hempstead, 
N. Y., Bus., 139, 207. 

BEHRENS, ALDEN, DeLand, Fla., 
L.A., 139, 218. 

BENDEL. KURT N., Mt. Bethel, 
N. J., L.A., 139. 218. 

BIBER, JOE. Spartanburg. S. C, 
L.A., 1-39, 218. 

BIGELOW, FRANK VINING, 
Branford, Conn., Bus., 139, 227. 

BIRREL, MARY GRACE, Cocoa 
Beach. Fla.. L.A.. 139. 

BISHOP. RANDI, Clearwater, Ha., 
L.A., 139, 202, 240. 

BLANK, PAUL L., Baltimore. Md., 
Mus.. 139. 265. 

BLAZER. CAROL ALINE, Fort 
Myers, Fla., L.A., 139. 

BOLLINGER, GARY, Indialantic, 
Fla., L.A., 139. 

BOHMFALK, JOHN FREDERICK, 
Rye, N. Y., Bus., 139, 211. 

BOZARD, MARIE, DeLand, Fla., 
L.A., 139. 

BRACK, PATRICIA NELL, St. 
Cloud, Fla., L.A., 139. 

BRANAN, RICK, Vero Beach, Fla., 
L.A.. 139, 218. 

BRANNAM. JULIA ANN, Jack- 
sonville, Fla.. Mus.. 139. 195. 

BRINING. FRED, Miami, Fla., 
L.A., 139. 

BROCKETT, LILLIAN GAIL, Pen- 
sacola, Fla., L.A., 139, 247. 

BROWN, DIANNA, Satellite Beach, 
Fla., L.A., 139. 

BROWN, JOHN, Riviera Beach, 
Fla LA 139 218 

BROWN, TANA JEANNE, Colum- 
bus, Ind., L.A., 139, 182. 

BUCHANAN, JOHN STEPHEN, 
Savannah, Ga., LA., 139, 218, 
267. 

BURNETT, LANE THOMAS, Jack- 
sonville, Fla.. Bus. 139, 215, 232. 

BURNS. ROBERT KOGER. Flor- 
ence, S. C, Bus., 139, 218. 



CAIN. LOUCRETIA PEARL, Lake 

Wales, Fla., L.A., 139, 187. 
CAMPBELL, ROCK, Pompano 

Beach. Fla.. L.A.. 139, 258. 
CARAMEROS, TONI, Miami, Fla., 

L.A., 24, 35, 47, 139, 191. 
CARROLL, ELIZABETH ANN, Mt. 

Dora, Fla., L.A., 139. 
CARTER, DONNA, Orlando, Fla., 

L.A., 139. 
CARTER, FRANK, Chevy Chase, 

Md.. Bus.. 139. 211. 
CARTLEDGE, JOYCE, Miami, Ha., 

L.A., 139. 
CASEY. DAVID EARL, Miami, 

Fla., Bus.. 139, 227. 
CASTILLO, ANGEL, Miami, Fla., 

L.A., 139, 234. 



CAULLEY, JAMES MICHAEL, 
Jacksonville. Fla., L.A., 139, 227. 

CEBALLO LUIS ERNESTO, Or- 
lando, Fla., L.A.. 139. 

CHESHIRE, JOANNE. Pompano, 
Fla., L.A., 139, 182, 270, 271. 

CHICKERING. SUSAN C. Cam- 
den. S. C, L.A.. 195. 

CLARKE. LARRY ROBERT. Mia- 
mi. Fla., L.A.. 139. 237. 

CLAYPOOL, LINDA JEAN. Hia- 
leah. Fla.. L.A., 139. 

COHRS, GAIL, Pompano Beach, 
Fla., L.A., 139. 187. 233. 

COKER. DAVID L.. Winter Haven. 
Fla., L.A., 139. 

COKER. JULIUS VERSON, JR., 
Bradenton. Fla.. L.A.. 139. 

COLE, SARAH ELIZABETH, Dal- 
las, Texas. L.A.. 139. 195. 

COLLINS, PHIL. Tampa, Fla., 
L.A.. 139, 218. 

COMBS, NANCY REA, DeLand, 
Fla.. L.A.. 24, 140, 182. 

CORYDON, BONNIE, Boca Raton, 
Fla.. L.A.. 140. 

CROWTHER. JOHN B., Hamden. 
Conn.. L.A., 140, 227. 



D 



DAMON, RICHARD. University 

City. Mo.. Bus.. 140. 227. 
DAVIDSON. PATTI. Columbus. 

Ga.. Mus., 140. 
DAVIS, DAN, Jacksonville, Fla., 

Bus., 140, 215. 
DAVIS, WILLIAM MICHAEL, 

Waycross, Ga.. L.A., 140, 266. 
DAWSON. JACK E., Venice. Fla.. 

L.A.. 140, 218. 235. 237. 
DEARMAS. NESTOR. Miami, Fla., 

L.A., 140, 218, 233, 252, 253, 261. 
DE MIRANDA, FRANCISCO, Ca- 

maguey, Cuba, L.A., 140, 245. 261. 
DE TREVILLE. LISA. Jacksonville, 

Fla., L.A., 140. 
DICKEY. F. PAUL. Miami, Fla., 

Mus.. 140. 
DILLARD. CAMILLE. Tampa, Fla., 

Mus.. 140. 186. 262. 
DOLIVE, HENRY, DeLand, Fla., 

L.A., 140, 218. 



EDWARDS, SELBY, DeLand, Fla., 

Bus., 140, 195. 
ENSTICE, RICHARD ERLING, 

Caldwell. N. J.. L.A.. 140. 
ESTENSON. JANET. Jacksonville. 

Fla.. L.A.. 140. 199. 
ESTES, SHARON. Fort Benning, 

Ga.. L.A.. 140. 182. 262. 
EUBANKS, BARBARA DIANE. 

Jacksonville, Fla., L.A., 140, 186. 



FENDT, FRED, Wayne, N. J., L.A., 
140. 207. 

FLIPPO, ROBERTA DAYE, Eustis, 
Fla., L.A., 140, 202. 

FOULDS, ROBERT, DeLand, Fla., 
L.A., 140, 227. 

FOWLER, LEON, Key West, Fla., 
L.A.. 140, 223. 

FRAME, JAMES EDWARD, Bar- 
tow, Fla., L.A., 140. 

FURLONG, JANE V., DeLand, 
Fla., L.A., 140, 268. 



GAINEY, ELIZABETH, Marathon 

Shores, Fla., L.A., 140. 
GALITZ, EARL HOWARD, Coral 

Gables, Fla., L.A., 140, 258, 266. 
GARDNER, LYNN. St. Petersburg, 

Fla., L.A., 140, 232. 
GARRETT, POLLY, DeLand, Fla., 

L.A., 140. 
GLADDING. SAM. Decatur, Ga., 

L.A., 140, 248, 260, 262. 
GONZALEZ, HUMBERTO J., Cara- 
cas, Venezuela, L.A., 140. 
GRAEF, PATRICIA, Westfield, 

N.J., Bus., 140. 
GRANA. MADELENE J., Jackson- 
ville. Fla.. L.A.. 140. 
GRIMM. BETSY, TitusvUle, Fla., 

L.A., 140. 
GRUBER, CRAIG H., Lake Park, 

Fla., L.A., 140, 223. 
GUENTHER, LINDA MARIE, 

DeLand, Fla., L.A., 24, 28, 50, 140, 

182, 270. 
GUSSMAN, DIANE, Silver Spring, 

Md., L.A., 142, 195. 



HAIRE, JOHN, Vero, Beach, Fla., 
L.A., 140, 218. 

HALL, RON, Sarasota, Fla., L.A., 
140. 

HARDESTY, ALONZO HOMER, 
Daytona Beach, Fla., L.A., 140. 

HARDMAN, JOHN ALBERT, Hol- 
lywood,. Fla., Bus. 140. 271. 

HARMER. WENDY JEAN, Pom- 
pano Beach. Fla.. L.A., 140. 

HARRELL, PATRICIA. DeLand, 
Fla.. L.A.. 140, 195. 

HARRISON, GENE. Miami. Fla., 
L.A., 140, 218. 

HAYES, ROBERT C, Auburn, 
N.Y., L.A., 140. 

HEAD, GEORGE OSWELL, Cape 
Canaveral, Fla., L.A., 141. 

HEATH. RONALD E., Warwick, 
R.I., L.A., 141. 

HEINZE, DON, Beltsville, Md., 
L.A., 141. 218. 

HERBST, MARY FRANCES, Mar- 
tinsville. N.J.. L.A., 141. 199. 

HOCKETT, PAUL E., Miami, Fla., 
L.A., 141, 267. 

HOGG, JOHN FORBES, Miami, 
Fla., L.A., 141. 

HOOD. MICHAEL B., Homestead, 
Fla.. Bus., 141, 215. 

HOOKER, CAROL J., Pompano 
Beach, Fla., L.A., 141, 147, 240. 

HOOKER, MARY ELLEN, Fort 
Myers. Fla.. L.A.. 141. 258. 

HOWARD. HEANNE. Cocoa, Fla., 



Mu 



141. 



HUGGARD, KATHLEEN EMILY, 
Sun City Center. Fla.. L.A.. 141. 

HUTCHINS, CATHERINE T., Bra- 
denton Beach, Fla., L.A., 141. 



JACKSON, DON, Griffin, Ga., L.A., 

141, 218. 
JACKSON, LINDA, Valdosta, Ga., 

Bus., 141, 187. 
JOHNSON, RONALD WAYNE, 

Columbus, Ga., L.A., 141, 211. 
JOHNSTON, GREGORY A., Or- 

mond Beach. Fla., L.A., 141. 
JONES, KEVIN, Wilmette, III., 

Bus., 141, 223. 
JONES, THOMAS A. D. Ill, Osh- 

kosh. Wise, Bus.. 141, 223, 260. 
JORDAN, GAIL EILEEN. Chester- 
field. S.C. L.A., 141, 203. 
JULIAN, SHERRILE, Sanford, Fla.. 

LA.. 141. 

K 

KENNEDY. TERRI JO. Jackson- 
vUle. Fla., L.A., 49, 141, 192, 233, 
240. 

KESSLER. GLENN D., DeLand, 
Fla., L.A., 141. 

KIRKPATRICK, GRACE, Jackson- 
ville Beach, Fla., Mus., 141. 262. 

KLEINSCHMIDT. CHUCK. Hia- 
leah. Fla., 141, 242. 

KNIGHTS, BONNIE LEE, Day- 
tona Beach, Fla., Mus., 141, 199. 

KNAPP, RICHARD FREDERIC, 
Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., L.A., 141, 
253. 265. 

KOHN, RICHARD, St. Petersburg 
Beach, Fla.. Bus., 141, 215. 

KUNTZLEMAN, CAROL A., Or- 
mand Beach, Fla., L.A., 141. 



LADY, CAROLYN, Washington, 
D.C., L.A.. 141, 188. 

LAIN, DOUGLAS, Norris, Tennes- 
see. L.A. 141, 218. 

LANGWELL, SHARON, DeLand, 
Fla.. 141. 

LANNES, ROMAN M., Coral Ga- 
bles, Fla., L.A., 141. 

LAWRIE, CATHERINE, Seaford, 
Del., L.A.. 141. 

LEHTON, JENI, Cocoa Beach, Fla., 
L.A.. 141. 

LINZEE. THOMAS EDWARD JR., 
Port Jefferson, N.Y., Bus., 141, 
208. 

LIPPOLDT, LINDA, Gainesville, 
Fla.. L.A.. 141. 196. 

LOPEZ, CARLOS RAFAEL, Ha- 
vana, Cuba, L.A., 141. 

LOVDAL. SIG, St. Petersburg, Fla., 
L.A., 141. 

LYCAN, MAY, DeLand, Fla., L.A., 
141. 



McCAULEY, ROBERT LEE, Fort 
Pierce, Fla., L.A., 141, 260, 262. 



McCRANIE, SANDY, Jacksonville, 
Fla., L.A., 141. 

McCULLOUGH, TOPPER, Charles- 
ton, W. Va., L.A., 141, 223. 

McDonald, DOROTHY, Coral 
Gables, Fla., L.A., 141, 196. 

MacMAHON, PAUL J., Ft. Pierce, 
Fla., L.A., 141, 223. 

M 

MADDOCK, PETER WHITE, Ft. 
Lauderdale, Fla., L.A., 141. 

MALONE, HAYDEN, Jacksonville, 
Fla., L.A.. 141. 

MANNING. LAURIE, Sarasota, 
Fla., Bus., 141, 192. 

MARCH, BOBBIE, Bridgeport, 
Conn., L.A., 141, 203. 

MASTRY, DENNIS, St. Petersburg, 
Fla., Bus., 141, 208. 

MATHERS. PHYLLIS ANN, Uma- 
tilla, Fla., L.A., 141, 203. 

MAYER, RICHARD THOMAS, 
Lake Mary, Fla., L.A., 141, 213, 
239. 

MECHLING, JAY EDMUND, Mi- 
ami Beach, Fla., L.A., 141, 233, 
254, 258. 

MEDRANO. GENA, Miami, Fla., 
L.A., 24. 141, 258, 261. 

MERRIAM, ROBIN, DeLand, Fla., 
L.A., 141, 240, 256. 

MIDKIFF. LYNN E., Deltona, Fla,, 
L.A., 141. 

MIDDLETON, SALLY ANN, Asta- 
tula, Fla.. Mus., 141. 

MILES, DOTTIE, Merritt Island, 
Fla., L.A., 141, 187. 

MILLER, MARION LESLEY, Cin- 
cinnati, O.. L.A., 141, 192. 

MILLER, MARY JANE, St. Augus- 
tine. Fla., Bus., 141. 

MILNER, MARGIE, Ocala, Fla., 
L.A.. 141, 182. 

MISHLER, BARBARA ALLYN, 
Miami, Fla., L.A., 141. 

MONCRIEF, JAMES SCOTT, Nep- 
tune Beach. Fla., Bus., 141. 

MONTERO, MIRIAM, Miami, Ha., 
L.A., 141. 

MORGAN, DAVID, Miami, Fla., 
L.A., 142, 233. 

MORRIS, KITTY, Westfield, N. J., 
L.A., 142. 196. 

MORRIS. MAKY ANN. Jackson- 
ville. Fla., Bus., 142, 203. 

MORRIS. WILLIAM C. Pensacola, 
Fla., L.A., 142, 218, 239. 

MULLIN, BRUCE, Winter Park, 
Fla., Bus., 142. 

MYERS. SANDI LEE, Lakeland, 
Fla., Bus., 142. 

N 

NAPOLI, EUGENE T., Coral Ga- 
bles. Fla.. Bus., 142, 208. 

NAPOLI, WILLIAM, Coral Gables, 
Fla., Bus., 142, 208. 

NELSON, JO ANN, Ft. Pierce, Fla., 
Bus., 142. 

NEMEC, RUTH GENEVIEVE, 
Palm Beach, Fla., L.A., 142. 

NEUBECK, PEGGY, Miami, Fla., 
L.A.. 142. 

NICOLETTO. SHARON CHRIS- 
TINE, Tampa, Fla., L.A., 142, 



OLIN, LAWRENCE MANVILLE, 
Bogota, Colombia, S.A., Bus., 142, 



PADGETT, PHILLIP TANTON, 

Nashville, Tenn., L.A., 142. 
PAIN, CARLETON FRANK, St. 

Cloud. Fla.. L.A.. 142. 
PARKER, JOYCE V., Miami, FIa„ 

L.A., 142. 
PARKS, SHARON SUE, Miami, 

Fla., L.A., 142. 
PAULA, JUNE, HaUandale, Ha., 

L.A., 142. 
PHILLIPS, BECKY, Ft. Lauderdale, 

Fla.. L.A., 142, 187. 
PHILLIPS. THOMAS ANDREW, 

Schenectady, N. Y., Bus., 142. 
PICKERING, GEORGE WILLIAM 

ROY, Daytona Beach, Ha., Mus,, 

142. 
PIPHER, TOM, Naples, Fla., L.A., 

142, 233. 
PLUMER, JANN, Pahokee, Ha., 

Mus., 142, 193, 240. 
POOSER, CRAIG, Jacksonville, Fla., 

L.A., 142, 260, 267. 
POZDENA, GWEN H., Darien, 

Conn., L.A., 142, 200. 




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PRICHARD. MARY. DeLand, Fla., 

L.A.. 142. 182. 
PROSSER. CHICK, Lakeland. Fla., 

L.A.. 142. 208. 
PLYKAS. NINA, St. Petersburg. 

Fla.. L.A., 142, 182. 

R 

RAWLS, CHRIS, Miami, Fla., Bus.. 
142, 267. 

REED, DONNA. Falls Church. Va.. 
Bus.. 142. 193. 

REESE. ROBERT S.. JR., Charles- 
ton, S. C, Bus., 142. 

REY, CLAIR SUZANNE, Miami, 
Fla., L.A., 142. 

RICHARD, LAUREL, Whitehouse, 
Fla.. L.A.. 142. 

RICHARDSON. JANET, Naples, 
Fla.. L.A.. 142. 

ROBERTS, JAN M., Syracuse, 
N. Y., Bus., 229, 271. 

ROBERTS, MARSHALL, Jackson- 
ville, Fla., Bus., 142, 223. 

ROBINSON, BILLIE CLARICE, 
Daytona Beach, Fla., L.A., 142, 
196. 

RODRIGUES, JOAQUIN, Havana, 
Cuba. L.A.. 142. 268. 

ROVELL-RIXX, LOIS, Miami, Fla., 
L.A.. 142, 201. 

ROWELL, PETER PUTNAM, St. 
Petersburg, Fla., L.A., 219. 

RYBOLT, ARLEN LOUISE. Orlan- 
do. Fla.. Bus.. 142, 189. 

RYER, NANCY, Rome, Ga., L.A., 
142. 



SAARI, BARBARA. Arlington, 
Mass., L.A., 142, 205. 



SANCHEZ, SERGIO, Key West, 

Fla., Bus., 142, 224, 239. 
SATIN, ROBERT, Bala-Cynwyd, 

Pa., L.A., 142, 209. 
SCHAFER, LYNN, Sarasota, Fla., 

L.A., 142, 193. 
SCHAVEL, BOB, Massapequa Park, 

N. Y., Bus., 142. 
SCHIESS, JUANITA, Cali, Colom- 
bia. S. A.. L.A.. 142. 240. 
SCHMIERER. JO ANN, DeLand, 

Fla., Bus., 142. 
SEAMAN. JUDITH, Sanford, Fla., 

L.A., 142. 
SEIPP, PHILIP R.. Coral Gables, 

Fla., Bus., 142, 213. 
SHAFFER, JEANI, DeLand, Fla., 

L.A., 142. 256, 258. 
SHAPIRO, ROBERT LEE, West- 
field, N.J.. Bus., 142, 209. 
SHEARER, CAROL ANN, India- 

lantic, Fla.. 143, 189, 240, 256. 
SHERBURNE. FREDERICK B., 

Clearwater, Fla., L.A., 217. 
SHIRLEY, SANDRA. Palatka. Fla.. 

L.A., 205. 
SHUCHART. MARY E., Clear- 
water, Fla., Bus., 184. 
SMARTT, JAMES M., Abington, 

Pa., L.A., 180, 209. 
SMITH, DARLENE, Valdosta. Ga., 

L.A., 183, 239. 
SMITH, MARGARET L., New 

Smyrna Beach, Fla., Bus., 183. 
SNYDER, HOWARD T., Ft. Pierce, 

Fla., Bus., 213, 242, 248, 253. 
SPEICHER, JACOB HENRY, Ft. 

Lauderdale, Fla., Bus., 224. 



SPIVEY, BARRY FRANK, DeLand, 
Fla., Bus., 213. 

STANFIELD, ELIZABETH, Atlan- 
ta, Ga., Mus., 188. 

STACEY, KAY, Miami, Fla., L.A., 
184, 233, 255. 

STILLWELL, HOWARD R., Or- 
mond Beach, Fla., L.A., 229. 



THARP, DOROTHY, Dallas, Texas, 
L.A., 197. 

THOMAS, JIM, Ft. Pierce, Fla., 
L.A., 224. 

THOMPSON, BARBARA JEAN, 
Boca Grande, Fla,, L.A., 187. 

THOMPSON, JOHN, Gainesville, 
Fla., Bus., 216. 

TIFFANY. JO. Jacksonville. Fla.. 
Mus., 262. 

TORRES. LAURA, Miami, Fla., 
L.A., 203. 

TROXEL, TED, Ft. Lauderdale, 
Fla., Bus., 224. 

TUBE, JOHN B., N. Miami Beach, 
Fla.. Bus.. 237. 

TUBBS. CAROLYN RUTH. De- 
Land, Fla.. L.A., 203. 

TUTT, DONALD STACEY, N. Mi- 
ami, Fla., L.A., 213, 233, 



VANN, PATRICIA, Eau Gallie, 

Fla., L.A., 200, 240. 
VEGA, RAMON, Havana, Cuba, 

Bus., 253, 261. 



W 

WALKER, ELIZABETH ANN, Mi- 

ramar, Fla., L.A., 254. 
WARTHEN, KATHERINE ANNE. 

Vidalia, Ga., L.A., 24, 204. 233, 

240, 266. 
WATTS, ALLEN, Haines City. Fla., 

L.A., 260. 
WILKERSON, STEVEN EUGENE, 

Albany, Ga., L.A., 221, 232, 234, 

262. 
WILLIAMS, ANITA BROOKS, St. 

Petersburg. Fla., L.A., 185, 
WILSON, MARY GLENN, Tampa, 

Fla., L.A., 262. 
WRIGHT, JUDITH LINN, Ameri- 

cus, Ga., L.A., 189, 240. 
WUTZ, NANCY VERA, Miami, 

Fla., L.A., 196, 240. 



YAKOTS NANCY ZANE, DeLand, 
Fla., L.A.. 196. 233, 240, 270. 



ZUPSICH, MARILYN SUE, BeUe- 
viUe, lU., L.A., 252. 



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ABEL, TERRY, Eustis. Fla., LA., 
145, 212 234. 

ADAMS, JOSEPH MORRIS, Avon 
Park, Ha., L.A., 145, 215. 

ADAMS, TIMOTHY, DeLand, Fla., 
L.A., 145. 

ALBEE, LYNNE, Sarasota, Fla., 
L.A., 145. 

ALBERTSON, WILLIAM YERKES, 
Haddonfield, N. J., L.A., 145, 211. 

ALLGAIER, DU, Orlando, Fla., 
L.A., 145. 

AMBACHTSHEER, PIETER, 
Orange, Fla., L.A., 145. 

ANDERSON, SENECA BENJA- 
MIN, JR., Miami, Fla., L.A., 145, 
215. 

ANNAND, KATI, Charleston, W. 
Va L A 145 

ARMBRUSTER,' DAVID L., Atlan- 
ta, Ga., L.A., 145, 271. 

ARMSTRONG, JOYCE, HoUywood, 
Fla., L.A., 145, 187. 

ARTWOHL, PENNY, Rio de Janei- 
ro. Brazil, L.A., 145. 

ASH, GEORGIA, Ft. Lauderdale, 
Fla., L.A., 145, 199. 

ASHLEY, MARGIE ELIZABETH, 
Stuart, Fla., L.A., 145, 199, 256. 



B 



BADGLEY, RICHARD BOND, St. 

Petersburg, Fla., L.A., 145. 
BAKER, GARY LYNN, Chappaqua, 

N. Y., Bus., 145, 207. 
BANGS. CANDY, Dawson, Ga., 

L.A.. 145. 
BARKETT. LAWRENCE A., Mi- 
ami, Fla., L.A., 145, 211. 
BATSEL, GUY, St. Augustine, Fla., 

L.A., 145. 
BEERY, LINDA, Miami, Fla., L.A., 

145, 264. 
BELDEN, ROBERT, Carlisle, Pa., 

Bus., 145, 218. 
BELKNAP, Peter M., BeUows Falls, 

Vt., Bus., 145. 
BENSON, ARTHUR FRANCIS, 

Dade City, Fla., L.A., 145. 
BERRY, PAUL, Dover, Del., L.A., 

145. 
BESTE, FREDERICK J., HI, Ti- 

monium, Md., L.A., 145, 227. 
BIDWELL, BILL, Orlando, Fla., 

L.A., 145, 211. 
BIGGINS, FRANKLIN N., Daytona 

Beach, Fla,, L.A„ 145. 



BLACKBURN, NEAL H., DeLand, 
Fla., Bus.. 145, 211. 

BLIZZARD, BILL, Jacksonville, 
Fla., L.A., 145, 218. 

BLUM, ELAINE, Fayetteville, Ga., 
L.A., 145. 

BOBLITT. NANCY EILEEN, Holly- 
wood, Fla., L.A., 145. 

BOLLINGER, GREG, Daytona, 
Ha., L.A.. 145. 

BONIAL, JANICE, Ft. Lauderdale, 
Fla.. L.A., 145, 191. 

BOSLEY, GALE ANNETTE, Men- 
tor. O., L.A., 145. 

BOWEN, SANDY, Ft. Lauderdale, 
Fla., L.A., 145, 199. 

BOWER, SUSAN, Ft. Lauderdale, 
Fla., L.A., 145. 

BOWLES, SANDY, MartinsvUle, 
Va., L.A., 145. 

BOWMAN, BRUCE RICHARD, 
Bethel, Conn., L.A., 145, 211. 

BOYD, HELEN, Sarasota, Fla., 
L.A., 145. 

BRADFORD. BRUCE C, Miami, 
Fla., Bus., 145, 271. 

BRANDON, LEE DALTON, Nash- 
ville. Tenn.. L.A., 145, 191. 

BRENDLE, VIRGINIA LEE, Del- 
rav Beach, Fla.. L.A., 145. 

BREWER. CHARLES HUDSON, 
Springwater, N. Y., Bus., 145, 227. 

BRIGGS, MICHAEL ALAN, Jack- 
sonville, Fla., L.A., 145. 

BRIGHT, SUSAN, Miami, Fla., 
L.A.. 145. 

BRODBECK, RICHARD T., Talla- 
hassee. Fla.. Bus., 145. 

BROWN. ALICE DEAN, Atlanta, 
Ga.. Mus., 145. 

BROWN, ALISON CATHERLNE, 
Meadow Brook, Pa., L.A., 145, 
266. 

BROWN, BONNIE JEANNE, Mi- 
ami Springs, Fla., L.A., 145. 

BROWN, CHARLOTTE M., West 
Palm Beach, Fla., L.A., 145. 

BROWN, JOHN F., Huntington, 
Ind., L.A., 145, 218. 

BRUNNER, SHEILA MODENA, 
Hollywood, Fla., Bus., 145. 

BURNS, ONA, Atlanta, Ga., L.A., 
145. 



CALDWELL, JOHN A., Cocoa 

Beach, Fla., L.A., 145. 
CARLSON, JILL PAMELA, Vero 

Beach, Ha., L.A,, 145, 191. 



CASSEL, CAROL, Ormond Beach, 
Fla., L.A., 145. 

CHAMBERS, REBECCA, Jackson- 
ville, Fla., L.A., 146. 

CHICK, ARTHUR, JR., Sanford, 
Fla., L.A., 146. 

COBLIN, ROBERT SHANNON, 
Louisville, Ky., L.A., 145. 

COLE, MICHAEL, Miami. Fla.. 
Bus.. 146. 

COLYER. RICHARD ALLEN. 
Lauderdale by the Sea, Fla., Bus., 
146. 

CONCHA, KARIN, Pompano Beach, 
Fla., Mus., 146. 

CORDURELIS, HELEN, Ft. Myers, 
Fla.. L.A., 146, 258. 

CONNOR, SUSAN, DeLand, Fla., 
L.A., 146. 

CORFAR, MIMI JEAN, St. Peters- 
burg, Fla.. L.A.. 146. 

COOPER. SETH E., Pahokee, Fla., 
Bus., 146. 

COX, SHARI, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., 
L.A.. 146, 187. 

CROSBY, WAYNE, Jacksonville, 
Ra.. L.A., 146. 218. 

CUNNINGHAM, DYER D., Lake 
Placid, Fla., Bus.. 146. 

CURRY, JOHN FRANCIS, Pater- 
son. N. J., L.A.. 146. 

CUTHILL, JOHN, Winter Haven, 
Fla., Mus.. 146. 



DANIELS. CHARLOTTE ANN, 
Hollywood, Fla., L.A., 146. 

DAVENPORT, LONNIE, Jackson- 
ville. Fla.. L.A., 146. 

DAVIS, CAROLE, Lashbum, Sas- 
katchewan, Canada. Bus., 146, 

DAVIS, CATHY, Havertown, Pa., 
L.A.. 146. 

DAVIS, JUDY MAREA, Pittsburgh, 
Pa., L.A.. 146, 202. 

DAVIS, STEPHEN, Havertown, Pa., 
L.A., 146, 211. 

DAY, JAMES FRANK, Daytona, 
Fla.. L.A., 146, 227. 

DEAN, JOHN, Decatur. Ga., Bus., 
146. 

DEMERS, DAVE, DeLand, Fla., 
L.A., 146, 266. 

DENNISON, ROBIN, Covington, 
Ga., L.A., 146, 182, 282. 

DENSMORE, KENNETH IVAN, 
Jacksonville, Fla., L.A., 146, 218, 

DEROSA, JOHN ANTHONY, Mi- 
ami, Fla., Bus., 146. 



DEUELL, PATRICIA, Boca Raton, 
Fla., Bus,, 146, 202. 

DEVALENCIA, LINDA CHAR- 
LENE, Homestead, Fla., L.A., 
146, 264. 

DICKENS, BRENDA, Jacksonville, 
Fla., L.A.. 146. 191. 

DICKINSON, GEORGE E., Miami, 
Fla., L.A., 146. 

DORAN, JUDITH ANNE, Glen 
Cove, Long Island, N. Y., Bus,, 
146. 

DORTCH, JACK, Lake City, Fla., 
Bus., 146. 

DOUGLASS, BARRY L., Jackson- 
ville, Fla., L.A„ 146. 

DRADY. PAULA FRANCES, Hol- 
lywood, Fla., L.A., 146. 

DRINKARD, SHARON, Cullman, 
Ala., L.A., 146, 191. 

DULEY, WILLIAM PRICE, Leba- 
non, Ky., L.A., 146, 211. 

DUNCAN, FREDERICA, Leesburg, 
Fla.. L.A., 146. 



EDGERLY. ALAN T.. Hampton 
Falls. N. H.. L.A., 146. 

EDWARDS, KATHRYN, West 
Palm Beach, Fla., L.A., 146, 187. 

EGAN, MIKE, Winter Park, Fla,, 
L.A., 146, 211, 233. 234. 

EGGEMAN. LINDA SUE. Clear- 
water. Fla.. L.A.. 146. 182. 

EICKWORT. GREG. Ft. Lauder- 
dale. Fla.. Bus.. 146. 

ELKINS. SHARON KAY, DeLand, 
Fla., L.A., 146, 202. 

ELLERMAN. JOHN ROBERT, 
Hannibal, Mo., Bus., 146, 215. 

ESLINGER. JACQUELINE SUE, 
Bradenton. Fla., L.A., 146. 

EVANS, DIANNE, Brunswick, Ga., 
L.A., 146, 195. 

EVANS, JAY A., Hollywood, Fla., 
L.A., 146. 



FARRINGTON, SUZANNE, Eau 
Gallie, Fla., Bus., 146, 191. 

FATULA, GEORGE J., Croton-on- 
Hudson, N. Y., L.A., 146, 207. 

FELLOWS. LUCY ANN, Gaffstown, 
N. H., L.A., 146. 

FERNANDEZ, CHICO, Ft. Lauder- 
dale, Fla., L.A.. 146. 211. 

FERRELL, JEANNETTE, Jackson- 
vUle, Ha., Mus., 146, 195. 



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SAVINGS AND LOAN 
ASSOCIATION 



136 North Florida Avenue 

"Specialists in Loans for Homes" 

BRANCH OFFICE IN DEBARY 



Freshman Index 



FIELDS. LYNNE, Lighthouse Point, 

Fla.. L.A., 146, 
FIZELL, CHARLOTTE, West Palm 

Beach, Fla.. Bus.. 146. 
FLOYD. ARTHUR JOSEPH. Mi- 
ami. Fla.. L.A., 146. 271. 
FRANCESCHI. FRANCO FER- 

RAR. Parma. Italv. L.A.. 146. 211. 
ERASER. MARTHA LEE. Delray 

Beach. Fla.. LA.. 146. 
FRENCH. CAROL, Miami, Fla., 

L.A.. 146. 202. 
FRENCH SUE, Lake Worth, Fla., 

L.A.. 146. 202. 
FRIEDENALD. DON, Miami, Fla.. 

Bus.. 146, 215. 
FULTON, PETER BENNETT, Ft. 

Lauderdale. Fla.. Bus., 146, 215. 



GABLER. BRUCE GERALD, Win- 
ter Park, Fla., Bus,. 146, 218. 

GARRETT, DOUGLAS W., Juno, 
Fla.. L.A,. 146. 

GARTNER. HARVEY JAY, Jack- 
sonville. Fla.. L.A,. 146. 

GAYLORD. FRANK, Eustis. Fla,. 
L.A.. 146. 

GELBART. MARSHA. Daytona 
Beach. Ha.. L.A.. 146, 246. 

GEORGE, DAVID, Kingsport, 
Tenn., Mus., 147, 264. 

GILBERT. NANCY P., Darien, 
Conn.. L.A.. 147, 191. 

GILLESPIE, BARBARA ANN, 
Jacksonville, Fla., L.A., 147, 257, 
260. 

GILLEY. MARY MARTHANN, 
Jacksonville. Fla.. L.A.. 147. 187. 

GOLDSTEIN, ELIZABETH, Wood- 
bridge, Conn.. L.A., 147, 199. 

GOOD. PATTY, Dallas, Texas, 
L.A.. 147. 191. 

GOODHUE. DENNIS R., Keene. 
N. H.. L.A.. 147. 

GRANDELL. KATHLEEN MARIA. 
Wilmington, Del., L.A., 24. 147, 
182, 

GRAY, JAMES S., North Reading, 
Mass., Bus.. 147. 207. 

GREEN. URSULA. Gainesville, 
Fla., Bus.. 147. 

GREEN. BURTON. Coral Gables, 
Fla.. L.A.. 147. 

GREGG. JUDY ANN. Winter Park. 
Fla.. L.A.. 147. 

GREGORY. DYCHE, Danville, Ky.. 
Bus.. 147. 223. 

GRIEB. TERRY J., Miami, Fla., 
L.A., 147. 

GRUBB, DIANNE, Alexandria, Va., 
L.A., 147. 

GRYSKIEWICZ, STANLEY STE- 
VEN, JR„ Frost Proof, Fla., Bus., 
147. 

GUARD. SANDY, Miami, Fla., 
L.A.. 147. 

GUTIERREZ. OFELIA, Miami, 
Fla.. L.A.. 147. 

H 

HABEL. MARTIN L.. Ft. Lauder- 
dale. Fla.. L.A.. 147. 271. 

HAFFIELO. JODY. Key West, Fla., 
L.A., 147. 

HALL, EMILY IRENE, St. Peters- 
burg. Fla.. L.A.. 147. 192. 

HALL, JAMES W., Georgetown, 
Ky., L.A.. 147. 211. 

HALL. TOWN, Sarasota, Fla., L.A., 
147. 

HAMAN. DAVID B., Melbourne, 
Fla.. L.A.. 147. 

HAMILTON. MARCIA ELIZA- 
BETH. Satellite Beach, Fla., Bus.. 
147. 

HAMILTON. WILLIAM RUSSELL. 
Sarasota. Fla.. L.A.. 147, 211. 

HARDING. MARY HELEN, Win- 
ter Park, Fla.. L.A.. 147. 

HARLEY. SHARON, Jacksonville, 
Fla., L.A., 147. 

HARRISON, JAMES B., Silver 
Spring. Md.. L.A.. 147. 

HAUGER, JAMES SCOTT, St. 
Augustine. Fla.. L.A., 147. 

HANVER. SALLY JANE, Norfolk, 
Va.. Bus.. 147, 192. 

HAYES. GEORGE, Lakeland, Fla., 
L.A.. 147. 227. 

HAYES. GEORGE M., Adairsville, 
Ga., L.A., 147. 

HARP, JONNIE LOU, Mass Point, 
Miss., L.A.. 147. 182. 

HAYS, J. ROBERT, Enid, Okla., 
L.A., 147, 227. 

HEATH. DAVID, Augusta, Ga., 
L.A., 147. 



HENSLEY. JOAN. DeLand, Fla., 

L.A.. 147. 
HEARMANN. RACHEL. Indianap- 
olis. Ind.. Mus.. 147. 
HERTNER. ELIZABETH ERMA, 

Ft. Lauderdale. Fia.. L.A.. 147. 
HEWITT. JOYCE HARDY. St. Pet- 
ersburg. Fla.. L.A.. 147. 192. 
HICKS. JOHN. Louisville, Ky.. 

L.A.. 147. 227. 
HILL. MARY JO, Decatur, Ga., 

L.A., 147. 
HILLIARD, MIKE, Americus. Ga.. 

L.A.. 147. 
HOBBS. STEPHEN HOWARD. 

Charlotte. N. C, L.A.. 147. 211. 

271. 
HODGES. NANCY ANN. DeLand. 

Fla., L.A.. 147. 202. 266. 
HOEHN. CATHY. Miami, Fla., 

L.A., 147. 
HOLMES. JAMES K., Albany. Ga.. 

Mus.. 147. 
HOUSE, KAREN, Auburndale, Fla., 

L.A.. 147. 
HUBERT. KAY, Hialeah, Fla.. L.A., 

147. 
HUDSON. JACK, Macon, Ga., 

L.A.. 147. 223. 
HURST. MARTHA NELL. Miami. 

Fla.. L.A.. 147. 
HUSSEY. JIM, Dayton. Ohio. L.A.. 

147. 



JACKSON. MARGARET. Jackson- 
ville. Fla.. L.A.. 147. 182. 

JACKSON. WALT. Harwinton, 
Conn.. L.A.. 147. 

JAMES. PATRICIA, Patterson, Ga., 
L.A.. 147. 

JAMES, THOMAS C, Ft. Lauder- 
dale. Fla.. Bus,. 147. 218, 

JANKOWSKI. THEODORE AN- 
DREW. N, Syracuse, N, Y.. L.A,, 
147, 

JENSEN, JUNE. Riviera Beach, 
Fla,- L.A,, 147, 187, 

JOHNSON, JIMMIE, JR., DeLand, 
Fla.. L.A., 147, 

JOHNSON, KENNETH, Miami, 
Fla,. Mus,, 147. 

JOHNSON, MARY LEE. Decatur, 
Ga,. L,A,. 147. 187, 

JOHNSTON. THOMAS EDWARD. 
St, Petersburg. Fla., L.A.. 147. 

JONES, FRANCINE. Miami, Fla., 
Bus.. 147. 

JONES, TIMOTHY WAYNE, New 
Orleans. La., LA., 148. 

JOST. ELMER. Clermont, Fla., L.A., 
148. 218. 266, 

JOST. MARGARET. Clermont. Fla,, 
L.A,, 48. 148. 196, 

JUSTICE. CHRISTINE. Miami 
Beach. Fla., L.A., 148. 

K 

KANE. KAREN A.. Windermere, 
Fla.. L.A.. 148. 

KAPPELMANN. LOUIS ROBERT, 
Jacksonville. Fla., L.A.. 148 

KEEFE, JOHN RUSSELL, Ft. 
Lauderdale. Fla.. L.A.. 148. 223. 

KELL. JAMES, Cape Coral, Fla., 
L.A.. 148. 

KELLEY. BETTY FRANCES. Hil- 
liard. Fla.. Mus.. 148. 

KELLY. KAREN ELEANORA, Or- 
lando. Fla.. L.A.. 148, 

KELLY. KAREN R., Huntington. 
W, Va,. L,A,. 148, 

KTLCULLEN. WALTER, Kearny, 
N, J.. L.A.. 148. 

KOLANSKY. REBECCA JOY, At- 
lanta, Ga., L,A„ 148 

KOOISTRA, NANCY ELIZABETH, 
Ft, Lauderdale, Fla,, Bus,, 148, 
203. 

KOON, ELAINE, Jacksonville, Fla., 
L.A., 148. 

KOONS. GEORGE. West Milford, 
N. J,, L,A,. 148. 223, 

KOSTRUB, CORNELIUS STEVEN, 
Vermilion, Ohio. Bus.. 148, 271. 

KREIDER. ANDREW RAYMOND, 
Annville, Pa.. 148. 216. 

KRUMHOLZ. ANNEMARIE (MIS- 
TY), Ft. Lauderdale. Fla., L.A., 
148, 199, 265. 

KUTZ, CHARLOTTE ANN, Orlan- 
do, Fla., L.A., 148, 199, 232, 265. 



LAUFER. SHARRON. Miami. Fla., 
L.A., 148. 

LEDEWITZ. JEFFREY HERBERT, 
New Haven, Conn.. Bus., 148. 

LEE, DONALD. Miami, Fla., L.A., 
148. 223. 

LELAND. JOHN, Eustis, Fla., Bus.. 
148. 212. 

LESH, JEAN TAFT. Muncie, In- 
diana. L.A.. 148. 

LEWIS. JOE, Lakeland, Fla., Bus., 
148. 

LEWIS, LANA JANE, Panama 
City. Fla., 148, 183, 282. 

LINDSEY. BARBARA ANN. Jack- 
sonville, Fla., L,A,. 148, 

LIPSCOMB. LAUREL ANN. Coral 
Gales. Fla.. L.A.. 148. 

LLOYD. SUSAN ELIZABETH. 
Vero Beach. Fla.. L.A.. 148. 192. 

LONG. RAMONA GAVE. Char- 
lotte. N. C. L.A.. 148. 204. 

LUNDGREN. DONNA LOUISE, 
DeLand. Fla.. L.A.. 148. 

LUSTIG. LARRY P.. Satellite 
Beach. Fla.. L.A.. 148. 

LYNN. LINDA LOU. Jacksonville, 
Fla., L.A., 148. 182. 

M 
McCALL, JOANNA, Miami, Fla., 



Mu 



148. 



MACHETTE, DAVID. West MU- 
ford. N. J.. Bus.. 148. 

McCLARAN. HALO. Palatka. Fla., 
L.A.. 148. 

McCLENDON, SUE CAROL, By- 
ram, Conn., L.A., 148. 204. 

McCORD. SUSIE ADELL, Largo, 
Fla.. L.A,, 148. 182. 

McCULLOUGH, JOHN. Jackson- 
ville. Fla,, L,A., 148, 223, 

McCUNE, MAUREEN ANN, De- 
Land. Fla,, L,A,. 148, 200. 

McDonald. TOM, N. Miami 
Beach. Fla,. Bus.. 148. 

McGREEVY, ELLEN, Miami, Fla., 
L.A.. 148. 

McKENNEY. RAYMOND. Jack- 
sonville, Fla., L.A.. 148, 212. 

McNAMARA, DENNIS C, Orlan- 
do, Fla., Bus., 148, 216. 

McNeill. HELEN. Holly Hill, Fla., 
L.A.. 148. 

MAITLAND, BONNIE. Miami, Fla., 
L.A.. 148. 

MALOY. SHEILA M.. Ft. Lauder- 
dale. Fla.. L.A.. 148. 

MANN. KATHERINE ELIZA- 
BETH. Jacksonville, Fla., L.A., 
148. 196. 

MANNING. JACKI. W. Palm 
Beach. Fla.. L.A.. 148. 266. 

MARINO, LAWRENCE WILLIAM, 
JR., W. Simsbury, Conn., L.A., 
148. 

MARKLEY. MARY HELEN. Chevy 
Chase, Md,. L,A,, 148. 193, 

MARSHALL. MARY ANN. Moncks 
Corner. S,C.. L.A,. 148, 200, 256. 

MARTIN, JOYCE ELAINE, Mt. 
Dora. Fla.. L.A., 148. 

MARTINA. STEPHEN R.. Fairfax, 
Va.. Bus.. 149. 216. 

MARTINEZ. JUDITH A.. Marl- 
borough. Conn.. L.A.. 149, 260. 

MARTLING. TERRY PAUL. Jack- 
sonville. Fla.. Bus.. 149, 223. 

MARVIN. PRISCILLA HOVEY, 
Mt. Dora, Fla., L. A., 149. 

MATTINGLY, PATRICIA, DeLand, 
Fla., L.A., 149. 

MAXWELL. GEORGE W.. Mel- 
bourne. Fla.. L.A.. 149. 216. 

MAYS. ROBERT GIPSON. Lilburn, 
Ga., LA., 149. 

MEDLOCK, RONNIE, Winter Park, 
Fla., Bus., 149. 216. 

MENEFEE. MATTIE, Lenoir, N.C., 
Mus., 149. 

MERRIAM. APRIL, DeLand, Fla., 
L.A., 149. 

METZ, JUDITH ANN, Fairview, 
Mass., L.A., 149, 188. 

METZLER. DAVID, Philadelphia, 
Pa., Bus., 149, 216. 

MIDDLETON, LILLIAN MAE, Ft. 
Myers Beach. Fla.. L.A., 149. 

MILLEN. DORIS MARION, Cocoa 
Beach, Fla., L.A., 149. 

MILLER, DONALD RALPH, Or- 
lando. Fla.. L.A.. 149. 

MILLER. GEORGE Z., Ft. Lauder- 
dale. Fla.. L.A.. 149. 

MILLWARD. WILLIAM I. H., Ft. 
Lauderdale, Fla., Bus., 149, 207, 
271. 



MONTGOMERY, PENNE, Cocoa 
Beach. Fla.. L.A.. 149. 

MONTOOTH, BILL, Birmingham, 
Mich., L.A., 149, 

MOORE, HAROLD "BUDDY", St. 
Petersburg. Fla,. L,A,. 149, 219, 

MOREHEAD. DOROTHY LOUISE, 
Eustis. Fla,. L,A.. 149, 263, 

MORELL, LOUISE, Westport, 
Conn., L.A., 149, 203. 

MORGAN. JR., GEORGE, Jenkins, 
Ky., L.A.. 149. 

MORRISON MICHELE. Holly- 
wood. Fla.. L.A., 149. 

MOSSIEN. LAURIE ALLYN, 
Rochester, N.Y., L.A.. 149, 193. 

MUOFOR. MARGARET ELEA- 
NOR. Toledo. Ohio. L.A.. 149. 

MURCH. ROBERT THOMAS, 
Lewiston, Maine, L.A,, 149, 

MURPHY, ERNEST HAROLD, 
Pepperell, Mass., L.A., 149. 

N 

NALL, WESLEY, Auburndale, Fla., 

L.A,, 149, 
NEEDHAM, MARGARET ANN, 

Columbus, Ohio. L.A,, 149. 
NESTER. GAIL, Sarasota, Fla., 

L.A.. 149. 
NIXON. NAN. Vienna, Va., L.A., 

149, 193. 



O'CALLAGHAN, PETE, Decatur, 
Ga.. L.A.. 149. 

O'CONNELL. MAUREEN, Gulf- 
port, Fla.. L,A,. 149. 

O'DANIEL. CISSY, Dublin, Ga., 
L.A..; 149. 

OGBURN, A. ELAINE, Yardley, 
Pa L A 149. 

OLDHAM.' HARRY, Eau Gallie, 
Fla.. Mus.. 149. 

OLSON. SANDRA LEA, Ft. Lau- 
derdale. Fla., L.A., 149. 

OPALESKI. RONALD R., East 

Brunswick N.J., L.A., 149, 228. 



PANCOAST, PETER RUSSELL, 

N. Miami Beach, Fla., L.A., 149, 

217. 
PARESI, DIANE, Jacksonville, Fla., 

L.A.. 149. 270. 
PARK, SUSAN, Ft. Lauderdale, 

Fla.. L.A., 149. 
PARTLOW, MICHAEL G., Winter 

Park. Fla.. Bus.. 149. 217. 
PASKEWITZ. BEVERLY ELAINE, 

DeLand. Fla.. L.A.. 149, 260, 265. 
PATTON. JOANNA SUE. Panama 

City. Fla.. L.A., 149, 193. 
PATTON. MARY. Atlanta, Ga., 

L.A.. 149. 183. 
PEARCE, SHARON, Leesburg, Fla., 

L.A.. 149. 
PEARSON. MARY L., Miami, Fla., 

L.A., 149. 
PEDERSEN. CARL, A., Hinsdale, 

111.. Bus., 149. 207. 
PEGRAM, LANG, Virginia Beach, 

Va.. L.A.. 149. 260. 
PELTER. BARB. Whiteman A.F.B., 

Mo.. L.A.. 149, 182. 
PEPPER. JUDITH E., Sebring, Fla., 

L.A.. 149, 247, 256. 
PERINO. CARL "CHUCK", De- 
Land. Fla.. Bus.. 150, 271. 
PERRY. JOHN H.. Palm Beach, 

Fla., Bus., 150, 217, 260. 
PETERS. RONALD L., Orlando, 

Fla,. L.A., 150. 
PETERSEN. ANDREA LOUISE, 

Daytona Beach. Fla.. Mus., 150. 
PETLAK. PETER JOSEPH, Wal- 

lingford. Conn., Bus., 150, 227. 
PETRARCA. JAMES J., Perrysburg, 

Ohio, L.A.. 150. 
PETTIS, WILLIAM LEX, JR., Jack- 
sonville. Fla.. L.A.. 150. 
PHELTS. CLARENCE RUSSELL, 

Jacksonville, Fla.. L.A., 150. 
PHILLIPPI. BRANDT D., Delray 

Beach, Fla.. L.A.. 150, 212. 
POLVADO. PORTIA, Camarillo, 

Calif., L.A.. 150. 
POULOS, DENISE CORINNE, Ft. 

Lauderdale. Fla., L.A., 150, 
PURVIS, MARILYN MARIE, 

Dunedin, Fla., L.A., 150. 
PYLKAS, SUSAN ELIZABETH, 

Pinellas Park, Fla., L.A., 150, 



QUINA, FRANK, Mulberry, Fla., 
L.A., 150. 



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RAYBURN, JOANNE, Eustis, Fla., 

L.A.. 150. 
RAYMOND. MICHAEL W. Orlan- 
do, Fla., L.A., 150. 
REEVES, ROBERT HARRIS, Had- 

donfidd, N.J., Bus., 150, 217. 
REICHMAN, MICHAEL, Miami, 

Fla., L.A., 150, 266. 
REILLY, CATHERINE, Lake 

Worth, Fla., L.A., 150. 
RENO, HILDE S., Miami, Fla., 

L.A., 150. 
REPASS, DAVID MICHAEL, Na- 
ples, Fla., L.A., 150, 208. 
RHODES. JOYCE, Winter Park, 

Fla., L.A., 150, 193. 
RICHARDSON, SANDY CULLER, 

Columbia, S.C, L.A., 150, 203. 
RICKS, NED B., Tampa, Fla., L.A., 

150, 258. 
RIPLEY, DENNIS, Ft. Pierce, Fla., 

L.A.. 150, 213. 
ROBERTS, JERRY W., Jupiter, 

Fla.. Bus., 150. 
ROBINSON, MARTHA ENID, 

Gainesville, Ha., L.A., 150. 
ROCK, VICKI, Homestead, Fla., 

L.A., 150, 196. 
ROMANS, LARRY, West Palm 

Beach, Fla., L.A., 150. 
ROSSI, EDWARD C, Sanford, Fla., 

Bus., 150. 
ROTH, JAMES, Miami Beach, Fla., 

L.A., 150. 
ROTHWELL, DANIEL M., Ft. 

Lauderdale, Fla., L.A., 150, 212. 
ROWLEY. MARY, Miami, Fla., 

L.A.. 150. 
RUNCIMAN, DAVID, Chelsea, 

Mich, L.A., 150. 
RUPP, JOHN, Roseville, 111., L.A., 

150, 221. 
RUSSUM, NELLAMAR, Ft. Pierce, 

Fla., L.A., 150, 256. 
RYAN, WILLIAM RICHARD, 

Jacksonville, Fla., L.A., 150, 221. 



SAMAL, DONNA, Ft. Lauderdale, 

Fla., L.A., 150. 
SAMLER, JACK, Riviera Beach, 

Fla.. L.A., 150, 213, 235. 
SAMPLE, SAMMIE, Ft. Lauderdale, 

Fla., L.A., 150, 205. 
SCALES, CLAUDIA LUCILLE, 

Merritt Island, Fla., L.A., 150. 



SCHROFF, BILL, Daytona Beach, 

Fla.. L.A., 150, 229, 232. 
SCRUGGS, SKIP CASTLE, Jack- 
sonville, Fla.. L.A.. 150, 264. 
SEDDON, BILL. Delray Beach, 

Fla.. LA., 150, 243. 
SEYMOUR, MARYLOU BRANT- 

LY, Charleston. S.C. Mus.. 150. 
SHAUL. MARGOT, Boca Raton, 

Fla., L.A., 150, 187. 
SHEE, BILL, Woodbridge, Conn., 

Bus., 150, 229. 
SHORT, DOUG, Daytona Beach, 

Fla.. L.A.. 150, 213. 
SHUTTS, FRANCES CAMERON, 

Jacksonville, Fla.. L.A., 150, 193. 
SIEFERT. ROBERT FENN. New 

York, NY., LA., 150, 209. 
SIPOS, CHARLES A.. Stuart, Fla., 

L.A.. 150, 271. 
SKELTON, HENRY, Springdale, 

Ark., L.A., 150. 
SMITH, JO-ANN, Miami, Fla., 

L.A.. 150, 189. 
SMITH. JOHN EDWARD, Lake 

Worth, Fla.. 150. 
SMITH. SALLY, Sarasota, Fla., 

L.A.. 150 245. 
SOCARRAS, LUIS A., Miami, Fla., 

L.A.. 150. 
SOLOMON, GENE RUSSEL, Sko- 

kie. 111., L.A.. 150. 209. 
SORENSEN, GRETA, Coral Gables, 

Fla.. Bus., 150. 
SPEARS. NANCY, Mansfield, Ga., 

L.A.. 150. 197. 
SPRADLEY. DARYL EDWARD. 

Winter Park, Fla., L.A., 150, 224. 
STACKPOLE, R. DAUER, St., 

Marys, Pa., L.A., 150, 224. 
STARLING, JUDI, Orlando, Fla., 

L.A., 151, 184. 
STEARNS. ROBERT W., Gaines- 
ville. Fla., L.A.. 151. 
STEPHENS, DANA WINIFRED, 

Cocoa Beach, Fla., L.A., 151. 
STEWART, VIVIAN FRANCES, 

St. Petersburg, Fla., L.A., 151, 

201, 256. 
STOCKER, SUSAN ELIZABETH, 

Vero Beach, Fla., Bus., 151. 
STOKES, THOMAS SYDNEY, 

Lakeland, Fla., L.A., 151, 260. 
STONE, TONI RAY, Savannah, 

Ga., L.A., 151. 265. 
STRAUBE, PAUL JEFFREY, South 

Bend, Ind., Bus., 151. 
STROUD, JOANN, Worden, lU., 

Bus., 151. 



STYLES. LYNDA EMERSON, 
Sarasota, Fla., L.A., 151, 246. 

SUMNER, DAVID EDWARD, 
Dade City, Fla., Bus., 151, 221. 

SUGIMOTO. TAICHI, Osaka, Ja- 
pan. L.A., 151. 

SWARTZ, RICHARD, Leesburg, 
Fla.. Bus., 151. 

SYLVESTER, HERMAN, Roslyn, 
Pa., L.A., 151, 271. 



TALLY, BARBARA LOUISE, At- 
lanta, Ga., L.A., 151. 

TARKOFF, MICHAEL, Ft. Lauder- 
dale. Fla., L.A., 151. 

TATRO, NICK, Daytona Beach, 
Fla., L.A., 151. 

TAYLOR, JUDY, Empire, Ga., 
L.A.. 151. 

TAYLOR, KENNETH, Cali, Colom- 
bia, L.A., 151, 261. 

TELMANIK, CLAIRE, Leesburg, 
Fla.. L.A.. 151, 232. 

THIBAULT, KATHLEEN D., Mi- 
ami, Fla.. L.A., 151. 

THOMPSON, M. JOHN, Tampa, 
Fla.. L.A.. 151. 

THOMPSON. MICHAEL DAVID, 
Long Island. N.Y., L.A., 151, 209. 

THOMPSON. MIKE, Maitland, Fla., 
LA.. 151. 224. 258. 

THORMAN, RICHARD FRANCIS, 
St. Petersburg, Fla., L.A., 151. 

TILLINGHAST, STU, St. Peters- 
burg, Fla., L.A., 151, 209. 

TROXLER, NANCY, Jacksonville, 
Fla.. L.A., 151. 193. 

TURNER, JANE ELLEN, Frank- 
lin, Ind., L.A., 151. 189. 

TUXWORTH, MARY LAURA, 
Jacksonville, Fla., L.A., 151, 189. 

TYRE, RUSSELL S., Mt. Dora. 
Fla., L.A., 151, 224. 



VALENTINE, JOHN FRANK, De- 
Land, Fla., L.A., 151. 

VALORIE, CARL M., Daytona 
Beach. Fla.. L.A.. 151. 

VAN HEYNINGEN, JOANNA LE- 
NORA, Clearwater, Fla., L.A., 
151, 201. 

VARDY, ELLEN MARGARET, 
Sarasota, Fla., L.A., 151. 

VAUGHN, WILLIAM E., Anchor- 
age, Alaska, L.A., 151, 216. 



W 

WALKER, DARLENE, Boca Raton, 
Fla., L.A., 151. 

WALL, GINGER LEE, Loughman, 
Fla., L.A.. 151. 

WATTS, EDMOND DICKSON, 
Baltimore, Md., Bus., 151. 

WEATHERS, ED, Jacksonville, Fla., 
Bus., 151, 229. 

WEBB, RICK, JasckonsviUe, Fla., 
L.A.. 151, 224. 

WEBSTER, PAM, Orlando, Fla., 
L.A., 151. 

WEBSTER, RONNIE, Crestwood, 
Ky., L.A., 151. 

WEEBER, WANDA JANE, Jack- 
sonville, Fla., L.A., 151. 

WEIMER, RICHARD, Dayton, 
Ohio, L.A.. 151. 

WELCK, JOHN MORGAN, De- 
Land. Fla., L.A., 151, 213, 234. 

WHISLER, JOANNE, Clearwater, 
Fla.. L.A.. 151. 

WHITE, LISABETH ANNE, Oahu, 
Hawaii, L.A., 151. 

WHITE, SHARON ANNE, Ft. 
Lauderdale, Fla., L.A., 151. 

WHITING, JIM, Mapleton, Iowa, 
L.A.. 151, 271. 

WILLIAM, RICHARD W., Thomas- 
ton, Ga.. L.A., 151, 224. 

WILLIAMS. VEDA, Evansville, 
Ind.. Mus., 24, 151. 

WILLIAMSON, WILLIAM A., Mi- 
ami, Fla., L.A.. 151. 

WILLIS, JANICE, Dawson, Ga., 
L.A., 151. 

WOODSON, WENDY, Rio de Ja- 
neiro, Brazil, L.A., 151. 

WORKINGER, CONSTANCE LEE, 
Naples, Fla., L.A.. 151. 

WOODMAN, KATHERINE DI- 
ANE, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., L.A., 
151, 264. 

WOODARD, MAURICE GUY, Or- 
lando, Fla., L.A., 151. 

WOERNER, MALINDA K., Louis- 
ville, Ky., Mus., 151. 



YAKOTS, STEFANY, DeLand, 
Fla., L.A., 151, 197. 

YATES. WILMA LOU, Ft. Lauder- 
dale, Fla.. L.A.. 151, 256. 

YOUNG, WESLEY C, Daytona 
Beach. Fla.. Bus., 151. 

YOUNGMAN, SUSAN LORE, Mi- 
ami, Fla., L.A., 151, 193. 



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DEPARTMENT OF AMERICAN 
STUDIES 

GERALD E. CRITOPH, Associate Professor of Ameri- 
can Studies, A.B., A.M., Ph.D. 

JOHN B. HAGUE, Professor and Director of American 
Studies, A.B., Ph.D. 

DEPARTMENT OF ART 

LOUIS FREUND, Artist in Residence. 

FRED L. MESSERSMITH, Professor of Art (Chairman), 

B.F.A., M.A. 

DEPARTMENT OF BIOLOGY 

DOROTHY L. FULLER, Professor of Biology, A.B., 
M.A. 

KEITH L. HANSEN, Associate Professor of Biology, 
B.S., M.S., Ph.D. 

ELMER C. PRICHARD, Professor of Biology, (Chair- 
man), A.B., M.A., Ph.D. 

DEPARTMENT OF CHEMISTRY 

THEODORE W. BEILER, Professor of Chemistry 
(Chairman), B.S., M.A., Ph.D. 

JOHN F. CONN, Professor of Chemisti7, B.S., M.S., 
Ph.D. 

EDWIN C. COOLIDGE, Associate Professor of Chemis- 
try, A.B., Ph.D. 

JAMES H. DeLAP, Assistant Professor of Chemistry, 
B.A., M.A., Ph.D. 

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION 

RANDOLPH L. CARTER, Professor of Education, A.B., 
M.A., Ph.D. 

HARLAND C. MERRIAM, Associate Professor of Edu- 
cation, B.S., Ed.M, Ed.D. 

WATIE R. PICKENS, Assistant Professor of Education, 
B.S., M.A., Ph.D. 

RUTH I. SMITH, Professor of Education, B.S., M.Ed., 
Ed.D. 

T. EDWIN SMOTHERMAN, Professor of Education, 
A.B., M.Ed., Ed.D. 

RAY V. SOWERS, Professor of Education, (Chairman), 
A.B., LL.D., M.A. 

FRANK R. TUBBS, Associate Professor of Education, 
A.B., M.S., Ed.D. 

DEPARTMENT OF ENGINEERING 

CURTIS M. LOWRY, Professor of Mathematics and 
Engineering (Chairman), B.S., M.A., M.E. 



DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH 

ELIOT D. ALLEN, Professor of English, B.A., A.M., 
M.A., Ph.D. 

ETHEL B. COLBRUNN, Associate Professor of English, 
A.B., M.A., Ph.D. 



C. CARTER COLWELL, Assistant Professor of English, 

B.A.,M.A.,Ph.D. 

BRYON H. GIBSON, Professor of English, (Chairman), 

A.B., M.A., Ph.D. 

ERNEST J. HALL, Visiting Professor of English, A.B., 

M.A., Ph.D. 

ANN R. MORRIS, Instructor in English, B.A., M.A., 

Ph.D. 

WILLIAM E. TAYLOR, Assistant Professor of English, 

B.A.,M.A., Ph.D. 

ERNEST E. WEEKS, Assistant Professor of English, 

A.B., A.M. 

PAUL M. WHEELER, Visiting Professor of English, 

A.B., M.A., Ph.D. 

DEPARTMENT OF FOREIGN 
LANGUAGES 

GERALD F. ANDERSON, Assistant Professor of Mod- 
em Languages, A.B., M.A., Ph.D. 

JOHN GLADSON GARDNER, Professor of Classical 
Languages, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. 

JOHN L. HODGES, Professor of Foreign Languages 
(Chairman), A.B., M.A., Ph.D. 

ETHEL KINUM, Instructor in Modem Languages, A.B., 
M.A., (French & Spanish), Diplomee. 
PHILIP A. LEE, JR., Assistant Professor of French, 
A.B., M.A. 

MARTHA J. MANSFIELD, Director of the Language 
Laboratory. 

ERNEST W. ROLLINS, JR., Assistant Professor of 
Modern Languages, B.A., M.A. 

HUGH N. SEAY, JR., Associate Professor of Modem 
Languages, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. 

BETTY JEAN ZENKOVSKY, Assistant Professor of 
Russian, A.B., M.A. 

DEPARTMENT OF GEOGRAPHY 

ROBERT S. CHAUVIN, Professor of Geography (Chair- 
man), B.S., M.A., M.Ed., Ph.D. 

DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY AND 
POLITICAL SCIENCE 

TERRELL WAYNE BAILEY, Assistant Professor of 

Political Science, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. 

JOHN EDWIN JOHNS, Professor of History and Political 

Science, A.B., M.A., Ph.D. 

EVANS C. JOHNSON, Professor of History and Political 

Science, A.B., M.A., Ph.D. 

HAROLD J. SCHULTZ, Assistant Professor of History 

and Political Science, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. 

MALCOLM M. WYNN, Professor of History and PoUtical 

Science, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. 

SERGE A. ZENKOVSKY, Professor of History, Diploma 

of Engineer in Economics, Licenie es Letters, Ph.D. 

DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS 

EMMETT S. ASHCRAFT, Professor of Mathemtics, B.S., 
M.A. 

ELIZABETH BOYD, Associate Professor of Mathema- 
tics, B.S., M.A., Ph.D. 




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C.H. CHORPENING, MAJ. GEN. USA (Ret.), Visiting 
Instructor of Mathematics, B.S. 

RALPH HUGHES, Instructor in Mathematics, B.S., M.S. 
GENE W. MEDLIN, Professor of Mathematics (Chair- 
man), B.S., M. A., Ph.D. 

GLEN W. RAFFENSPERGER, Visiting Instructor of 
Mathematics, B.S., M.A. 

SANFORD O. SMITH, Instructor in Mathematics, A.B., 
B.D., M.A. 

HENRY WARREN THWING, Assistant Professor of 
Physics, B.S., M.A. 

DEPARTMENT OF MILITARY 
SCIENCE 

JOE E. BROWN, Captain, USA, Associate Professor of 
Military Science and Tactics, B.S. 

BOLDEN H. EILAND, JR., MSat., USA, Administrative 
NCO (Sgt. Major), B.S.E.E. 

PAUL f. McCRORY, JR., SFC, USA, Supply Sergeant 
HEWLETT E. RAINER, Major, USA, Professor of Mili- 
tary Science and Tactics, (Chairman), B.G.E. 
HARRY B. STOUDEMIRE, (Major), USA, Associate 
Professor of Military Science and Tactics, B.S. 

DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY 

EDWARD A. HOLMES, JR., Associate Professor of 
Philosophy (Chairman), A.B., B.D., Ph.D. 
LEROY LAWSON, Visiting Assistant Professor of Phi- 
losophy, A.B., B.D. 

DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICAL 
EDUCATION 

ELIZABETH AUTREY, Professor of Physical Education, 
B.S., M.S. 

WESLEY M. BERNER, Professor of Physical Education, 
B.S., M.A. 

WARREN C. COWELL, Professor of Physical Education 
(Chairman), B.S., M.A. 

SARA STAFF JERNIGAN, Professor of Physical Edu- 
cation, B.S., M.A. 

ROBERT W. WEICKEL, JR., Instructor in Physical 
Education, B.S. M.A. 

GLENN WILKES, Basketball Coach and Assistant Pro- 
fessor of Physical Education, A.B., M.A. 

DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICS 

GEORGE L. JENKINS, Professor of Physics (Chairman), 
A.B., M.S., Ph.D. 

HENRY WARREN THWING, Assistant Professor of 
Physics, B.S., M.A. 

DEPARTMENT OF PSYCHOLOGY 

WARREN F. JONES, JR., Associate Professor of Psy- 
chology, (Chairman), B.A., M.A., Ph.D. 
JOSEPH T. SUTTON, Professor of Psychology, B.A., 
M.A., Ph.D. 



DEPARTMENT OF RELIGION 

ROLLIN S. ARMOUR, Assistant Professor of Religion, 

B.A., B.D., S.T.M., Th.D. 

E. EARL JOINER, Associate Professor of Religion, B.A., 

B.D., Th.M., Th.D. 

O. LAFAYETTE WALKER, Professor of Religion 

(Chairman), A.B., Th.M., Th.D. 



DEPARTMENT OF SPEECH 
AND DRAMA 

MARY LOUISE GEHRING, Professor of Speech (chair- 
man), A.B., M. A., Ph.D. 

BENJAMIN BRUCE GRIFFITHS, Associate Professor 
of Speech and Drama, B.A., M.F.A. 
BETTY MACK, Assistant Professor of Speech, B.A., M.A. 
WALTER H. SONNENBURG, Associate Professor of 
Speech and Drama, B.A., M.A. 

SCHOOL OF BUSINESS 

JOHN E. BARTHEL, Associate Professor of Economics, 
Diplom-Volkswirt, Doktor rer. pol. 

DAVID M. BLIGHTS, Professor of Accounting, A.B., 
M.S., Ph.D., C.P.A. 

CHAUNCEY S. ELKINS, JR., Professor of Business 
Administration, A.B., M.B.A., Ph.D. 
HENRY F. GODFREY, Visiting Assistant Professor of 
Business Administration, A.B. 

CAROL J. NICKLAS, Associate Professor of Business 
Education, B.S., M.B.A. 

RUSSELL M. NOLEN, Professor of Economics, A.B., 
M.A., Ph.D. 

MAXINE L. PATTERSON, Professor Business Adminis- 
tration, B.S., M.B.E. 

RICHARD W. PEARCE, Associate Professor of Business 
Administration, B.A., LL.B., M.A. 

SCHOOL OF MUSIC 

LENOIR ALMAND, Assistant Professor of Piano, A.B., 
Diploma, Juilliard School of Music. 

FRANCES BUXTON, Professor of Violin and Theory, 
B.M., M.M. 

RUTH RICHARDSON CARR, Associate Professor of 
Music Education, B.S., M.M. 

MURIEL O. CUSHMAN, Assistant Instructor of Piano, 
B.M., M.M. 

ROGER L. CUSHMAN, Professor of Piano and Theory, 
B.M., M.M. 

HAROLD M. GIFFIN, Professor of Voice, A.B., B.M., 
M.A. 

ROBERT L. HAUSE, Instructor in Music History, 
B.M.Ed., M.M. 

FRANCES HUGHES, Assistant Professor of Piano, B.M., 
M.M. 

ELEANOR LEEK, Professor of Violoncello and Theory, 
B.M., M.M. 

DONALD C. YAXLEY, Professor of Wind and Percus- 
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ORGANIZATIONS INDEX 



Baptist Student Union 262-263 

Beta Alpha Sigma 253 

Beta Beta Beta 255 

Canterbury House 268 

Christian Scientists 261 

Compass 269 

Gamma Mu Epsilon 252 

Green Circle 249 

Hatter 244-246 

House Councils 240 

Interfratemity Council 1 80 

International Club 261 

Junior Panhellenic Council 181 

Kappa Delta Pi 255 

Kappa Mu Epsilon 252 

Kappa Pi 259 

L Qub 267 

Lutheran Students Association 265 

Men's Council 238 

Ministerial Association 260 

Mortar Board 250 

Omicron Delta Kappa 251 

Panhellenic Council 181 



Phi Alpha Theta 265 

Phi Society 256 

Player's Guild 258 

Publications Board 248 

Religious Life Council 260 

Reporter 242-243 

Reserve Officers Training Corps 270-273 

Resident Advisors 241 

Review 247 

S Club 269 

Scabbard and Blade 271 

Scroll and Key 257 

Senators 234-235 

SFEA 256 

Sigma Delta Pi 253 

Sigma Pi Kappa 248 

Student Government Association 232-233 

Student Union Board 236-237 

Tassel 249 

Theta Alpha Phi 258 

Women's Executive Council 239 

Young Democrats 266 

Young Republicans 266 



GREEK INDEX 



Alpha Xi Delta Sorority 182-185 

Alpha Chi Omega Sorority 186-189 

Delta Delta Delta Sorority 190-193 

Delta Sigma Phi Fraternity 206-209 

Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity 210-213 

Pi Beta Phi Sorority 194-197 



Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity 214-217 

Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity 218-221 

Phi Mu Sorority 198-201 

Sigma Nu Fraternity 222-225 

Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity 226-229 

Zeta Tau Alpha Sorority 202-205 



the reason and hope of an expanding 

university are to be found in that intangible, 

undefinable, ever-present quality known as you. 

we became quite bold with the 1965 hatter: 

we assumed to capture a bit of you 

in these 303 succeeding pages — 

your moods and actions, 

your joys and sorrows, 

your efforts and frustrations, 

your hearts and your ideas. 

you were by no means an easy undertaking. 

you demanded nine months of 

"all nighters", 

tired eyes, 

cut classes, 

hat rack cokes, 

disappearing quality points, 

shot nerves, 

and no-one-knows-how-many-hours. 

but you were patient — you endured 

our tardiness for appointments, 

our endless stream of form letters, 

our spying photographers and 

our scowling countenances. 

during this nine month (or was it nine year?) period 

many hands, 
many heads, 
many hearts 
have given their best efforts to see that 
indescribable bit of you become a reality, 
dr. ethel colbrunn, our advisor has been of 
invaluable assistance — anywhere, anytime! 
dean turner, as usual, has always offered a 
shoulder to cry on when the going really got rough, 
mr. everette cushman of the law school has been a 
most tolerant and efficient liaison between the 
St. pete campus and our office, 
in our moments of mass hysteria 
there came the brave few who somehow threw in 
a bit of sanity: 
dave glenn, friend even when asked to drive 
270 miles for one picture. 
Steve stern, dave macfarland, brian svikhart 
added a much-needed and greatly appreciated 
note of intellectuality, 
fred, sarah, brady, marcia, Joyce, clinton, pete 
and the tri-dehs and their peculiar ability just 
to put up with me have made this wee endeavor worth 
while, jack shapiro, of ibis infamy, as another editor, 
knows what words cannot express, 
harrell brooks of foote & davies "came on like 
gangbusters" and if this book, by some 
quirk of fate, should be a success 
the thanks go to him. 
in the end i suppose only the 
editor knows what she really meant. 
i've searched 
your faces, 
your moods, 
your actions 
through the pictures you see on the succeeding pages, 
i've listened to 
your thoughts, 
your dated terminology, 
your college generation dialogue, 
in all of these i have seen the vision mentioned 
earlier in the book, 
if you get the message and smile we will be 
satisfied.